Run The Jewels (LP)

Run The Jewels (LP)

Run The Jewels
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El-P and Killer Mike are Run The Jewels. The duo's self- titled, collaborative record - a contender for hip-hop album of the year - will be released throughout Europe in December. To celebrate El and Mike will play a handful of dates ahead of the release, including a debut London show.

Run The Jewels is a ferocious yet fun rollercoaster ride with El-P and Killer Mike spitting razor sharp raps over El's speaker shattering beats. The pair are joined by Outkast and solo star Big Boi (on Banana Clipper), the UK's own Until The Ribbon Breaks (Job Well Done) and Prince Paul playing sleazy slimeball Chest Rockwell (Twin Hype Back). Released earlier this year in America on Fools Gold as a free download and paid for vinyl and CD, Run The Jewels has already picked up praise and plaudits. Leading UK label Big Dada will now release a fresh version featuring a new song and remixes by Dave Sitek of TV On The Radio and Blue Sky Black Death. The album will be available in Europe for the first time on digital outlets including iTunes, as a deluxe vinyl edition, and as a free download via Big Dada's website.

El-P's groundbreaking musical adventures began as one third of Company Flow, a group who paved the way for experimental hip-hop. The New Yorker also produced Cannibal Ox's classic LP The Cold Vein, founded Def Jux - the label described by Pitchfork as "the Motown of indie hip-hop" - and has released a trio of brilliant solo albums. Outkast associate Killer Mike is a key figure in Atlanta's fertile hip-hop scene. A guest on four Outkast albums including breakout single The Whole World and Bonecrusher's Never Scared, his solo credits include the hit A.D.I.D.A.S. (All Day I Dream About Sex). Mike's acclaimed 2012 opus R.A.P. Music was entirely produced by El-P, and Mike made a cameo appearance on El-P's searing solo album Cancer 4 Cure, which dropped just two weeks later. The studio sessions for these initial salvos lead to a firm friendship and a mutual desire to form a stand-alone, classic-sounding rap group. Following the success of their Run The Jewels debut the duo have recently returned to the studio...

Run the Jewels
Banana Clipper [ft. Big Boi]
36” Chain
Sea Legs
Job Well Done [ft. Until the Ribbon Breaks]
No Come Down
Get It
Twin Hype Back [ft. Prince Paul]
A Christmas Fucking Miracle