Glad to say since the first Run The Jewels many people have jumped on Killer Mike’s and El-P’s train, now it seems almost obvious to say RTJ2 is really good, but it is, been rocking it since it came out. It hasn’t left my iPod yet like RTJ1 it will be there for a good minute.
And it’s very timely, like the new video for Early featuring Boots, covering #blacklivesmatter and what is going on in Baltimore and Ferguson with police brutality which was one of my favourites from RTJ2. (via Ian Fondue)
It’s a common theme in the videos, like the one for Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck) with Zack De La Rocha, showing the endless struggle being in the system as an endless fist fight: