Run The Jewels Tease Forthcoming Album With Glitchy Video Trailer

“And the crowd goes…RTJ!”

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With January set to see the release of their third album, RTJ3, hip-hop supergroup Run the Jewels have just released a video teasing the record, which will feature guest spots from the likes of Danny Brown, Tunde Adebimpe of TV On The Radio, Trina and saxophonist Kamasi Washington. Featuring clips taken from live sets across the world and behind-the-scenes footage, the short trailer will serve to build anticipation for a record that follows up on 2014’s Run the Jewels 2. The new year will also see Killer Mike and El-P take to the road in support of the album, with a huge North American tour kicking off in January. The new album is released on January 13 as is available for pre-order via their online store here.

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