Killer Mike Songs

  • Heart Is Full (Run The Jewels Remix)
    Heart Is Full (Run The Jewels Remix)
    Run the Jewels is back with a new remix. This time they flip "Heart Is Full" by Miike Snow, the electronic pop project collaboration between Swedish producers Bloodshy & Avant and American singer/songwriter/producer Andrew Wyatt. Killer Mike & El-P spit a verse apiece of the a beat heavily inflected with horns and soul samples, which give the whole thing a worldly, old-school feel. 
  • Rubble Kings Theme (Dynamite)
    Rubble Kings Theme (Dynamite)
    Fresh off releasing their weird yet chill Meow the Jewels project last week, Run the Jewels returns with a fresh release entitled “Rubble Kings Theme (Dynamite)."
  • Thuggin'
    Glasses Malone was able to score a Kendrick Lamar feature on his politically-charged record, "Thuggin," and now it's become long-awaited first collaboration between K. Dot and Killer Mike. Ever since Lamar's "Killer Mike would be Platinum" line from "Hood Politics," rap fans have fantasized about the rappers working together, and "Thuggin" seems like a good place for the two emcees to overlap. 
  • Meowrly
    Well, this day had to come sooner or later. After Run The Jewels' Killer Mike and El-P unexpectedly raised $40,000 to recreate their most recent album, RTJ2, with cat sounds last October, the duo have finally shared the first track from the forthcoming project. Here's "Meowrly," the remixed version of the Boots-featuring "Early."
  • Bust No Moves
    Bust No Moves
    Today is the 8th annual Record Store Day. Woo!!! As part of the festivities, Run The Jewels is dropping a 4-song LP called Bust No Moves.
  • Lock & Load
    Lock & Load
    Things don't often get more eclectic than "Play It Cool," the first track we heard from The Alchemist and Oh No's upcoming compilation Welcome To Los Santos, which featured both Earl Sweatshirt and Future Islands lead singer Samuel T. Herring on a very unexpected jam. However, "Lock & Load," the second track we've gotten thus far from the comp, gives it a run for its money.
  • If U Run
    If U Run
    It's not every day that you get two revered, politically-minded lyricists like Killer Mike and Crooked I on the same track. DJ EFN's new track "If U Run" features both of them, along with Miami's Webbz, who holds his own alongside the two heavyweights. This morning, it's our pleasure to premiere the track.
  • Blockbuster Night Pt. 2
    Blockbuster Night Pt. 2
    When the tracklist for Run The Jewels' just-released album Run The Jewels 2 surfaced earlier this year, it came as somewhat of a shock when we learned that there was no "Pt. 2" to the already-released "Blockbuster Night Pt. 1" on the standard edition.
  • Oh My Darling Don't Cry
    Oh My Darling Don't Cry
    El-P and Killer Mike first began work together on Mike's R.A.P. Music solo record, but the chemistry between the two emcees was so natural, they decided they needed to team up as a rap duo. While it seemed like a one-off at first, Run The Jewels was such a success that they're putting out another project before focusing on solo material. Today we've been given the second single from their upcoming album, Run The Jewels 2.
  • Black & White (Remix)
    Black & White (Remix)
    Rick Ross has hit us with a remix of Mastermind deep cut, "Black & White", and he's tapped the more under-appreciated members of the crew to drop verses, as well as the always on-point Killer Mike. Ferguson looms over the track, with Ross adapting the hook to pay tribute to Mike Brown protesters. Meanwhile the stacked guest list deliver politically-charged storytelling verses, while Ross takes the final 16. Unfortunately Meek Mill is still incarcerated, and was not able to deliver what could've been a great verse here.
  • Blockbuster Night Pt. 1
    Blockbuster Night Pt. 1
    After hearing a short snippet of this new Run The Jewels single, "Blockbuster Night Pt. 1", in July, we now have the full audio thanks to Mass Appeal. Along with the new single, we get word on the duo's upcoming album RTJ2 and a release date. The second instalment from Run The Jewels is set to arrive October 28th via Mass Appeal Records, and it'll be available for digital download as well as CD and vinyl formats.
  • About The Money (Remix)
    About The Money (Remix)
    T.I. and Young Thug's collaboration "About The Money" is already remarkable for a number of reasons, but today it gets even better with the addition of another ATL stalwart: Killer Mike. The Dungeon Family associate and current one-half of Run The Jewels opens up the London On Da Track production, adding some of his candid fury to the hustle anthem. The self-described "fat black flow flipper" proves his OG status with a phenomenal sixteen that touches on struggle rappers, child support and that age old question: "pussy or the money, tell me what it's gonna be?"
  • Blockbuster Night Pt. 1
    Blockbuster Night Pt. 1
    Power duo El-P and Killer Mike (known collectively as Run The Jewels) have been teasing their sophomore album on Twitter for a while by sharing one-liners accompanied by the #RTJ2 hashtag, and now we've got a bit of music to go with those future song lyrics. 
  • Pray Alone
    Pray Alone
    It's been quite a while since HNHH has had the pleasure of posting a new track from Scotty ATL but, damn, was the wait worthwhile. Off the forthcoming OTR2SJ EP presented by Scion A/V, the Georgia representative's new single "Pray Alone" is just about everything one could hope for from a southern banger. Featuring top-notch features from Killer Mike and ATL's Trouble (who I can never help but mix-up with Problem), all three emcees show-and-prove over top-notch boardwork courtesy of the always-reliable DJ Burn One. 
  • The Boonies
    The Boonies
    The Boondocks are preparing for a new season, and as we learned recently, the upcoming season will feature voicing from Lil Wayne.
  • 36" Chain (Remix)
    36" Chain (Remix)
    Seattle production duo Blue Sky Black Death contributed this official remix to the the deluxe European edition of Run The Jewels' self-titled debut, which y'all can purchase here, if you wish. If you haven't copped the free standard version yet, you've overslept. Peep the official video for the original cut below. How do they compare?
  • Pew Pew Pew
    Pew Pew Pew
    As Killer Mike and El-P, known as Run The Jewels, end up on many year-end lists for their collaborative project of the same name, they've decided to release (sort of-- it leaked, and they went with it) a previously unreleased cut that didn't make the LP. It's the usual hard-hitting production as Mike and El-P trade bars. The scratches come from DJ QBert. 
  • Reign Fall
    Reign Fall
    Check out Reign Fall, the latest from Chamillionaire which features a guest appearance from Scarface, Killer Mike & Bobby Moon on the assist. The track was released on Monday, July 22nd, 2013. Chamillionaire's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Reign Fall is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Chamillionaire has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
  • So Good At Being In Trouble (Black Noi$e Remix)
    So Good At Being In Trouble (Black Noi$e Remix)
    Give So Good At Being In Trouble (Black Noi$e Remix) a spin - it's a new offering from Unknown Mortal Orchestra , featuring Killer Mike & Mr. Muthafuckin eXquire. It was dropped on Sunday, July 21st, 2013. Unknown Mortal Orchestra 's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on So Good At Being In Trouble (Black Noi$e Remix). His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?
  • Sea Legs
    Sea Legs
    Quotable Lyrics"Really fell out the lane with this shit Man, print this shit: I'm a misfit Got a style from the guts of the most irrational beast in the district Born to the next gen system Slow water drip to the temple to live in a prison When the walls don't appear to your vision One floor down from that mall's that prison Where shower stalls'll get all y'all missin'"