Run The Jewels Videos

Run The Jewels "Crown" Video
Run The Jewels "Crown" Video
Run The Jewels
Before more information on their anticipated Run The Jewels 3 album surfaces, the duo consisting of Killer Mike & El-P decide to take it back to 2014’s RTJ2 album tonight, and share a new video in its support for the track “Crown.”
Run The Jewels Feat. Gangsta Boo "Love Again" Video
Run The Jewels Feat. Gangsta Boo "Love Again" Video
Run The Jewels Feat. Gangsta Boo
Run the Jewels had a pretty exciting set at Coachella this year. On top of being introduced by Senator Bernie Sanders and bringing out Nas for a surprise performance along with Zack de la Rocha, Gangsta Boo, DJ Shadow, Despot and Gary Clark Jr, they debuted a new song and released a new music video. Geez.
Big Boi & Phantogram "Born To Shine/Run For Your Life" Video
Big Boi & Phantogram "Born To Shine/Run For Your Life" Video
Big Boi & Phantogram
Big Boi and Phantogram's joint project Big Grams EP still bumps hard in the whip. In particular, "Born to Shine", which features Run the Jewels, just announced that they are halfway done with RTJ3. But that's another story. This story is about the new Big Grams visual -- a double feature! -- that brings together in "Born to Shine" and "Run For Your Life" in trippy 8-minute animated extravaganza.
Russell Westbrook Walks Out To Run The Jewels In Jordan XXX Ad
Russell Westbrook Walks Out To Run The Jewels In Jordan XXX Ad
The yet-to-be released Air Jordan XXX were unveiled last month at a planetarium in Chicago. The highly sought after kicks have now been placed on the feet of OKC guard Russell Westbrook, who stars in the first televised commercial for Jordan's newest sneaker. 
Run The Jewels "Meowpurrdy" Video
Run The Jewels "Meowpurrdy" Video
Run The Jewels
While some fans may have had their doubts, Run The Jewels actually came through with their Meow The Jewels remix project in September 2015. The project reinterprets RTJ production with an array of different cat noises, while Killer Mike and El-P's vocals are placed atop them. 
Run The Jewels "Rubble Kings Theme (Dynamite)" Video
Run The Jewels "Rubble Kings Theme (Dynamite)" Video
Run The Jewels
Last month, Mass Appeal released an exciting documentary called "Rubble Kings," which tells the story of the birth of hip hop in the South Bronx in the 1970s. Now, Run the Jewels comes through with the visual for “Rubble Kings Theme (Dynamite)." Spoiler: it's fucking awesome. The animated video follows a badass chick by the name of "Little Nina," a member of the Rubble Kings who gets ambushed one day while walking home from her grandmother's house by a rival gang, The Javelins. A brawl ensues.
Run The Jewels "Angel Duster" Video
Run The Jewels "Angel Duster" Video
It's the one year anniversary of Killer Mike and El-P's last album, RTJ2, and to celebrate, they've released the video to "Angel Duster," the final track off the beloved LP. Unlike their otherworldly past videos, the "Angel Duster" visual compiles footage from many different Run the Jewel's concerts and festival performances. 
Run The Jewels, Big Boi & Phantogram Perform "Born To Shine" In San Fransisco
Run The Jewels, Big Boi & Phantogram Perform "Born To Shine" In San Fransisco
Big Boi & Phantogram Feat. Run The Jewels
Big Boi and Phantogram finally dropped their collaborative project Big Grams, which features a whole lot of interesting guest appearances. One of the most effective tracks is "Born To Shine," which features verses from both El-P and Killer Mike from Run The Jewels. We never thought we'd see it performed live, but Big Boi got everyone together at San Francisco's Treasure Island Music Festival.
Run The Jewels "Get It" Video
Run The Jewels "Get It" Video
Run The Jewels
Run The Jewels, the debut collaborative project between El-P and Killer Mike (not including Mike's R.A.P. Music) came out in 2013, and the two have released both a follow-up and remix project since, but the first project still goes, and the duo have decided to release a video from the tape today.
Run The Jewels Feat. Just Blaze "Oh My Darling Don't Meow" Video
Run The Jewels Feat. Just Blaze "Oh My Darling Don't Meow" Video
Run The Jewels Feat. Just Blaze
However questionable the premise, Run the Jewels' Meow the Jewels remix album has proved to be a lot of fun, and as all proceeds go toward fighting police brutality, it's well worth a few bucks -- if not only to hear Just Blaze make a hip-hop beat out of kitty noises. Said remix to "Oh My Darling Don't Cry" has just gotten a video, and as you might've guessed, there are more cats. 
Run The Jewels Perform "Angel Duster" On Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Run The Jewels Perform "Angel Duster" On Late Show With Stephen Colbert
Run The Jewels
To promote their latest Run The Jewels 2 album, hip-hop duo Killer Mike & El-P made their way by the Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Tuesday night to serve as the evening’s musical guest. Backed by the rock band TV On The Radio, Run The Jewels took the stage to perform one of their RTJ 2 standout cuts “Angel Duster.” With the lights flashing, watch as these two deliver an electric performance that’s filled with high energy and slick bars, something their fans will definitely enjoy.
Run The Jewels Reflect On Ferguson Anniversary: "Riots Work"
Run The Jewels Reflect On Ferguson Anniversary: "Riots Work"
Run The Jewels
A year after the Mike Brown shooting and the ensuing Ferguson riots, Run The Jewels discussed the effect the riots have had and what it felt like when they drove into St. Louis to play a show the same night the grand jury found Darren Wilson not guilty of murder.
Killer Mike Talks Influences, Run The Jewels' Chemistry On GGN
Killer Mike Talks Influences, Run The Jewels' Chemistry On GGN
Killer Mike
Killer Mike is the most gifted political mind in hip hop right now, so fittingly, his interviews tend to take on a more serious tone. Most recently, this meant appearing on Bill Maher's show to talk about Bill O'Reilly's disparaging comments about the rap community. Today though, we get something completely different: a smoked out, chill interview on Snoop Dogg's GGN program.
Run The Jewels Feat. Boots "Early" Video
Run The Jewels Feat. Boots "Early" Video
Run The Jewels Feat. Boots
Of all the songs that have been released in the last year that attempt to tackle the seemingly endless issue of racist, violent police, Run The Jewels' "Early" is probably the best (honorable mention goes to Raury's "Fly" though). Taking an intensely personal approach, Killer Mike details being arrested in front of his wife and son, and although it doesn't really attempt to summarize the entire issue, this snapshot says more than most.
El-P Shares Snippet From "Run The Jewels 3"
El-P Shares Snippet From "Run The Jewels 3"
El-P
With the last two years bringing us Run The Jewels albums that each ended up on tons of year-end lists, it's needless to say that the world is hotly anticipating RTJ3 in 2015. Just moments ago, El-P shared the first snippet we've heard from it, but soon quashed hopes of a timely release.  fyi RTJ3 is almost definitely not coming in 2015. touring all year but every chance we get we are working hard on it.
Run The Jewels Feat. Zach De La Rocha "Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck)" Video
Run The Jewels Feat. Zach De La Rocha "Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck)" Video
Run The Jewels & Run The Jewels Feat. Zach De La Rocha & Zach De La Rocha
Run The Jewels' sophomore project, RTJ2, was one of 2014's most acclaimed releases, namely for it's ability to tackle heavy political subject matter with style and precision. The video for one of the project's highlights, "Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck)" operates in a similar way, using an altercation between an unarmed black man and a police officer to represent the turbulent race relations going on in America today.
Run The Jewels Tease Collaboration With Massive Attack
Run The Jewels Tease Collaboration With Massive Attack
Run The Jewels
With their 2014 album, RTJ2, Run The Jewels attracted the attention of lots of year-end list-makers (including us), and it turns out that some high-profile musicians were also listening in awe. Massive Attack, a British group who were central to Bristol's trip-hop movement of the '90s, must have reached out to Killer Mike and El-P, because Mike just shared some evidence of a studio session between the two formidable groups.