Run The Jewels Post and Delete "RTJ4" Release Date

HipHop News Posted on June 17, 2019 at 4:06am

Run The Jewels Post and Delete "RTJ4" Release Date


Run The Jewels — the motley Hip-Hop duo of Killer Mike and El-P has been working on their next album for months. On the morning of Monday (June 17), it seemed that the fans finally had a release date for Run The Jewels 4, their aptly titled follow-up to 2016 Run The Jewels 3.

After the publication of a photo of two hands clinking pint glasses emblazoned with the RTJ logo, the post quickly and mysteriously disappeared. But, those who were paying attention saw a release date in the photo caption, which said, "9.7.19.".centered-ad {

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The same image was later shared to her Instagram Story — less title.

Mike and The Product have been dropping hints that the album is close to being presented to the public. At the end of last month, they posted a photo of themselves with the extraordinary producer Rick Rubin, and revealed that he had spent the last week at his Malibu recording studio to wrap things up.

Last December, El-P


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