Run the Jewels
Pew Pew Pew (Uncut)
Run the Jewels' salute to wild style turntablism.
Come for a haircut. Stay for the rap debate.
KILLER MIKE VS EL-P
Killer Mike analyzes the unstoppable chi of EL-P.
EL-P VS KILLER MIKE
EL-P reveals why Killer Mike is the kung to his fu.
About Run the Jewels
El-P and Killer Mike, two of the most distinctive and celebrated names in rap, seem like an unlikely pairing, but the duo continue to subvert and pulverize all expectations with their critically lauded releases as Run The Jewels. Tapping into the creative synergy they’d discovered in 2012 on Mike’s R.A.P. Music album (produced by El-P) and El’s Cancer 4 Cure album (featuring Mike), Run The Jewels catalyzed their musical alliance with uncompromisingly raw, forward thinking hip-hop on RTJ1 in 2013 and RTJ2 in 2014, earning them universal praise by Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, XXL, SPIN, New York Times, and many more as one of music's most relevant, engaging and inspiring acts. With Meow the Jewels, an absurd, guest-laden remix of RTJ2 constructed entirely of cat sounds, and RTJ3 on the horizon, Run the Jewels continue to create and surprise new audiences.
The featured track "Pew Pew Pew" was recently made available for the first time in the US as part of the band’s release for Record Store Day 2015. It now makes its performance debut with a one-of-a-kind video filmed in Killer Mike’s Graffitis Swag Barbershop in Atlanta, Georgia shot exclusively for Jack Daniel’s Uncut Sessions.
22 JulyNew York