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Killer Mike has been an eloquent, passionate voice in the wake of the Ferguson shooting, and that continued last night. By sheer coincidence, Run The Jewels happened to be performing at the Ready…   Read Story »
Killer Mike had a thick discography before he ever teamed up with El-P, and one of his many projects surfaced over the weekend. DJ Greg Street assembled Sunday Morning Massacres from shelved 2008…   Read Story »
The Eric Andre Show is a sort of absurdist-comedy Adult Swim variety show, and every episode lasts a grand total of 15 minutes. Tonight's episode has appearances from Killer Mike and Action Bronson,…   Read Story »
Run The Jewels, the duo of Killer Mike and El-P, released their monstrous RTJ2 album a couple of weeks ago, and now they've made a video for "Blockbuster Night Part 1," the hard-pounding first…   Read Story »
Now that Meow The Jewels is officially happening, it's time to get down to business. We've already seen El-P audition some cats for the honor of being sampled on the remix album, and now the…   Read Story »
Run The Jewels and Sun Kil Moon played opposite each other at this weekend's Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, which ended up being the perfect situation to play off of the incident that kicked off Mark…   Read Story »
Hey, new Run The Jewels music! And a video too! UK electronic rock band Until The Ribbon Breaks recruited Killer Mike and El-P to guest on their sleek, moody, ominous single "Revolution Indifference"…   Read Story »
Run The Jewels capped off a very busy week with their network television debut, performing RTJ2 standout "Early" on Letterman with Boots, DJ Trackstar, and skeleton-faced backup singers in tow. It…   Read Story »
I don't know how this is even possible, but Run The Jewels are getting better. They were already a mean motherfucking machine last year, when Killer Mike and El-P got together for their self-titled…   Read Story »
Run The Jewels is nothing if not an example of how old-school foundational hip-hop can adapt for the future without compromising its essence. So it makes sense that in addition to the duo's…   Read Story »