Alright lads, I’d lend a hand but it’s stuck in the fist and gun position.
To mark the release of RTJ 4, this episode of the podcast is a celebration of all things Run The Jewels.
After going through a brief of history their solo careers and how Killer Mike and El-P came to join forces, I talk about what and how much this union means to me.
There is also a playlist below which includes some of my favourite cuts from Run The Jewels, Killer Mike and El-P’s solo careers, and other notable acts such as Black Star, Aesop Rock and Outkast. So if you’re into Hip Hop, specifically underground Hip Hop of the 90s and early 00’s then it’s most definitely worth giving a spin.
Now that the record is out, whaddya think? More importantly, where do you rank it in Mike and Jamie’s discography so far? For me, I think it might just have pipped RTJ 2 to the top…maybe.
RTJ4 is Available Now – Right Here
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DIMED OUT RTJ PLAYLIST
- Last Good Sleep by Company Flow
- Definition by Black Star
- Hip Hop by Mos Def
- The Truth by Pharoahe Monch
- Snappin’ & Trappin’ by Outkast
- Iron Galaxy by Cannibal Ox
- Deep Space 9mm by El-P
- Monster by Killer Mike
- The Moon Was Blue by El-P
- Gun For The Whole Family by Aesop Rock
- That’s Life 2 by Killer Mike
- Burn by Killer Mike
- Request Denied by El-P
- Reagan by Killer Mike
- Drones Over Bklyn by El-P
- Willie Burke Sherwood by Killer Mike
- AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted by Ice Cube
- DDFH by Run The Jewels
- Crown by Run The Jewels
- Thursday In The Danger Room by Run The Jewels