Run The Jewels Videos

  • Run The Jewels Reflect On Ferguson Anniversary: "Riots Work"
    Run The Jewels Reflect On Ferguson Anniversary: "Riots Work"
    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 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
    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"
    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' 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
    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. 
  • Run The Jewels' Barbershop Talk Pt. 1
    Run The Jewels' Barbershop Talk Pt. 1
    Run The Jewels are for the children. The duo stopped by Graffiti's SWAG Shop in Atlanta to do a quick segment for Mass Appeal, "Barbershop Talk," where they talk to several boys and girls about some current issues. From politics to Iggy Azalea, the kids aren't shy about voicing their opinion.  If you're in need of some wisdom on if we'll ever have a woman president, non-violent drug offenses and more, watch the video above. 
  • Run The Jewels "Lie, Cheat, Steal" Video
    Run The Jewels "Lie, Cheat, Steal" Video
    Run The Jewels return to their second album RTJ2 today to drop off a music video for "Lie, Cheat, Steal." Probably not the most sound advice, but if you listen to rap music, it's not shocking. Killer Mike and El-P once again come through with creative visuals directed by RuffMercy. With graffiti depicting their album cover in the background, Mike and El-P get warped with flashes of animation throughout the video. The duo have a bunch of upcoming tour dates which you can view below. Catch them in a city near you. 
  • El-P Previews "Meow The Jewels" Version Of "Jeopardy"
    El-P Previews "Meow The Jewels" Version Of "Jeopardy"
    It's really happening, people. After one of the many ridiculous pre-order options for Run The Jewels' most recent album claimed that the duo would recreate the entire album using only cat sounds, a movement was started, and now "Meow The Jewels" is actually being made. El-P just shared a few Instagram videos of him re-constructing RTJ2 tracks with various meows.
  • Run The Jewels Give Advice To Teenage Girls
    Run The Jewels Give Advice To Teenage Girls
    Rookie Mag has an interesting series called "Ask A Grown Man," in which various famous men (including Stephen Colbert) field questions from teen girls and offer up advice. The latest hosts of this segment are Run The Jewels' Killer Mike and El-P, and you can watch their edition of the series above.
  • Run The Jewels Perform "Lie, Cheat, Steal" On Conan
    Run The Jewels Perform "Lie, Cheat, Steal" On Conan
    Coming off one of the best albums of 2014, Run The Jewels made their way by The Conan O’Brien Show Thursday night and served as the evenings special musical guest.
  • Run The Jewels Soundtrack NFL Playoff Commercial
    Run The Jewels Soundtrack NFL Playoff Commercial
    With their two albums as Run the Jewels, Killer Mike and El-P have made 21 tracks that sound tailor-made for clobbering your enemies. Now, despite the political content that fuels many of their tracks, one of their tracks was been used to soundtrack a TV spot for last weekend's NFL playoff game between the Arizona Cardinals and the Carolina Panthers. 
  • Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P) "Oh My Darling (Don't Cry)" Video
    Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P) "Oh My Darling (Don't Cry)" Video
    Run The Jewels have one of the year's best hip-hop albums (or, if you ask the right people, the album of the year among all genres) with their incendiary Run The Jewels 2 topping its predecessor in ways we would've deemed unliekly before we heard the project. Today, "Oh My Darling (Don't Cry)," one of the first tracks shared from the project, gets a video.
  • Killer Mike Gives Speech On Ferguson Grand Jury Decision
    Killer Mike Gives Speech On Ferguson Grand Jury Decision
    Despite bus troubles trying to hold them back, Run The Jewels had the crazy coincidence of playing in Saint Louis, Missouri the day of the Grand Jury announcement in Ferguson, a town just miles away. 
  • Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P) "Blockbuster Night Pt. 1" Video
    Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P) "Blockbuster Night Pt. 1" Video
    Run The Jewels' monster of a track "Blockbuster Night Pt. 1" opens with the sound of sirens blaring, so it's only fitting that the first thing we see in its new music video is an ambulance. Piloted by Killer Mike and El-P, who play the role of EMTs, the emergency vehicle also contains a terrified passenger who's powerless to do anything but watch as these two wild rappers embark on various hijinks. As the video was released on MTV, we only get the edited cut of the song, but at least Mike and El are still allowed to blaze Js in the ambulance.
  • Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P) Perform "Early" On Letterman
    Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P) Perform "Early" On Letterman
    As you learned in our Thursday review of Run The Jewels' new album, we're pretty big fans of it over here at HNHH, so wwe were excited to see El-P and Killer Mike take the stage on Letterman last night to perform an album cut. What's interesting, and very cool, is that they chose "Early," possibly the most political track on the album, to be RTJ 2's debut on late night TV.
  • El-P Attempts To Record Cat Sounds For "Meow The Jewels"
    El-P Attempts To Record Cat Sounds For "Meow The Jewels"
    El-P and Killer Mike are teaming up once again as the unstoppable duo, Run The Jewels for a new LP titled RTJ2. While the excitement for that project is at a considerable height, there may be even more hype around a remix project based on the album -- one that will be done entirely using cat sounds.
  • Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P) "Run The Jewels" Video
    Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P) "Run The Jewels" Video
    Run The Jewels may have dropped their self-titled free album in the summer, but they're not done pushing out visual content from the mixtape.
  • Run The Jewels "A Christmas Fucking Miracle" Video
    Run The Jewels "A Christmas Fucking Miracle" Video
    Killer mike and El-P roll out the video for "Run The Jewels" highlight "A Christmas Fucking Miracle". Ugly sweaters, Santa Clause costumes, and El-P as Tiny Tim make this video as festive as they come.Check out Run The Jewels "A Christmas Fucking Miracle" Video, the latest video from Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P), released on Saturday, December 21st, 2013. Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P)'s chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Run The Jewels "A Christmas Fucking Miracle" Video is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact.
  • Killer Mike & El-P Respond To YouTube Comments
    Killer Mike & El-P Respond To YouTube Comments
    Run The Jewels, aka Killer Mike and El-P, respond to YouTube comments left below their "36 Inch Chain" video. "You're talking to a guy who knows what he's doing and doesn't have any shame in it." -El-PExperience Killer Mike & El-P Respond To YouTube Comments, a new offering from Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P), which was released on Tuesday, December 10th, 2013. Things are looking better for Run The Jewels (Killer Mike & El-P) with each new release, which Killer Mike & El-P Respond To YouTube Comments has proven yet again.
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