Run The Jewels have shared a new music video.
Brooklyn-based rapper-producer El-P and Atlanta-based rapper Killer Mike, who come together as hip-hop duo Run The Jewels, have dropped new visuals for their recently released track, 'Yankee and the Brave (ep. 4)'.
The video for the track, which serves as the opener for the duo's LP 'RTJ4' released back in June, features animated versions of Killer Mike and El-P while they try and evade skeleton police, and was premiered by Adult Swim last week.
Run The Jewels have revealed the full list of guests to appear in their upcoming televised event, Holy Calmavote, taking place this Saturday, 17th October.
The event, which is being held in partnership with Adult Swim and Ben & Jerry’s, is encouraging viewers to vote in the upcoming US election. It will be broadcast via Adult Swim’s website and HBO Max, and will be available on its Youtube immediately after.
Killer Mike has launched a digital banking platform for Black and Latinx people.
The rapper and activist, who addressed Atlanta protestors in an emotional speech earlier this year, has launched a brand new bank to cater for the Black and Latinx community.
Run The Jewels have shared a video for their track ‘JU$T’.
The track, a collaboration with Pharrell and Rage Against The Machine's Zack De La Rocham, is taken from their 11-track album 'RTJ4', which was released back in June.
Killer Mike has said the new Run The Jewels album feels like “the soundtrack to progress”.
Killer Mike says "protesting is the first step" but people need to "beat up your local ballot boxes".
The rapper and activist, who recently addressed Atlanta protestors in an emotional speech, spoke with Bill Maher on Real Time last week (5th June), sharing that there was more political work to be done moving forward.
Killer Mike has delivered an emotional speech to Atlanta protestors, urging for peace and calm amid the violence.