Run The Jewels 2

Run The Jewels Signs to Mass Appeal Records, Drops First Single From “RTJ2”

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After releasing a snippet of the track last month, Run The Jewels has returned with the full version of “Blockbuster Night Part 1” and a surprise announcement: Run The Jewels has officially signed to Mass Appeal Records! While the news doesn’t come as a surprise to us, we’re still extremely excited about the guys joining the record label’s expanding roster. Killer Mike and El-P have also announced that they’ll be releasing the highly anticipated follow-up to their critically acclaimed LP Run The Jewels on October 28. RTJ2 will be released in a variety of formats, including CD, LP, digital. guys recently stopped by the office to give us a preview of RTJ2, and damn is it good!

“We are very excited to bring you the next chapter of Run The Jewels via the good folks at Mass Appeal”  El-P

“We can make no promises about the safety of any animals involved in the creation of this record. It is the best rap group album since RTJ1!”  Killer Mike

Listen to “Blockbuster Night Part 1” below, and follow Mass Appeal Records on Twitter to stay up-to-date on what the label is up to.

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