All three groups get to do it again on Saturday night (September 9), when they head up to Dillon, Colorado for another performance at the Dillon Amphitheater.
The ATL rap star also insists that Run The Jewels is not coming to an end.
The DF affiliates unite for the “Scientists & Engineers” collaboration.
The Run The Jewels MC connects “wokeness” to affirmative action.
The ATL-raised emcee pays tribute to OG Mama Niecy.
Killer Mike never would’ve predicted the success Run The Jewels would find after initially forming in 2013. The chemistry between the two on Killer Mike’s 2012 solo album R.A.P. Music—which El-P produced—proved impossible to ignore, so they simply kept going.
“Michael,” his follow-up to 2012’s “R.A.P. Music,” is expected to arrive on June 16.
Find out how you can see the two emcees perform their four studio albums.
Run The Jewels enlisted Latin rappers, singers, producers and more to create the ‘RTJ CU4TRO’ project, which drops in November.
Killer Mike said raps should not be used as evidence in criminal trials, “These lyrics are no more than braggadocio rap lyrics.”
Find out how you can win special prizes by competing in a label design contest.
Weezy hops on a remix of “Ooh La La.”
Killer Mike is heading to the small screen with a guest appearance in his favorite TV show – “Ozark”!
The politically-charged Hip Hop duo is now part of congressional history.
From Old School To Now School – AllHipHop’s Top Albums Of 2020 Is Here!
Watch the two emcees depicted as action figures leading a rebel force against authoritarian forces.
Killer Mike has joined the list of artists who are completely unhappy with Grammy’s this year.
Watch the Run The Jewels emcee speak with Stephanie Ruhle about capitalism, Black Wall Street, and Atlanta’s economic growth.
Find out how you can watch the two emcees and their colleagues perform songs off the ‘RTJ4’ album.
The Run The Jewels member will accept the trophy from the APEX Museum in ATL.