El-P Offers Clean Edit of ‘Run the Jewels 2′ for Free
Once the adults are done roaming the earth, only the children will remain, so as part of his plan for global domination, El-P -- one half of rap duo Run the Jewels -- has released a clean, kid-friendly version of Run the Jewels 2, the group's sophomore album from last year, for free on Twitter.
El-P explained his reasoning for sharing the edit, which was created by DJ Trackstar, Run the Jewels' tour DJ:
The rapper has been retweeting support from thankful fans, high school dance DJs and hardcore parents who no longer have to keep the album away from sensitive ears:
Run the Jewels are currently on tour and will be on the road until September. Their complete itinerary, which can be found here, includes appearances at Coachella, Sasquatch and just about every other major festival in the U.S. and Europe.
Killer Mike, the other half of Run the Jewels, recently co-authored an op-ed in which he discusses the unfair treatment of rappers by law enforcement. The article comes not long after a politically charged music video for "Close Your Eyes (And Count to F---)," which features an altercation between a white police officer and an unarmed black civilian.