Rick Ross is firing on all cylinders, and today releases a new track titled “Crocodile Python” from his upcoming album Black Market (due in stores Dec. 4).
Killer Mike’s devotion to the progression of Hip-Hop culture predates his run as one-half of Run The Jewels, but he often goes overlooked as one of the culture’s greatest assets. But there are now plenty of new eyes on the Atlanta MC following Kendrick Lamar’s shoutout on To Pimp A Butterfly‘s “Hood Politics,” which MTV recently asked him about.
While in Atlanta, Run The Jewels had some good old fashioned barbershop talk… with children.
Run The Jewels 2 is still in constant rotation around these parts. That said, you can imagine how dope it is to see a visual for “Lie, Cheat, Steal.”
Run The Jewels are bombarding fans content, and we, for one, have no problem with that. From the Run The Jewels 2 album, the duo deliver a trippy visual for “Oh My Darling (Don’t Cry).”
If you’re on the verse of death, do anything but call Run The Jewels. The aggressive combination of Killer Mike and El-P debut a visual for “Blockbuster Night Part 1” from their Run The Jewels 2 album.
Run The Jewels are attacking Hip-Hop from all angles. With Run The Jewels 2 officially in-stores after a weekend of guilt-free streaming, dynamic duo, Killer Mike and El-P, announce what Mass Appeal calls a “worldwide art initiative” called “Tag The Jewels” and a New York City takeover.
This Friday (October 24) starts off on a high note, as winning tandem El-P and Killer Mike (bka Run The Jewels) release their Run The Jewels 2 album a few days early.