Run The Jewels Recruit Greg Nice & DJ Premier Of 'Ooh LA LA' Single

HipHop News Posted on March 25, 2020 at 4:36am

Run The Jewels Recruit Greg Nice & DJ Premier Of 'Ooh LA LA' Single

Comes with a sample of Gang Starr's 1994 "Hard To Earn" only "Dwyck."

Shortly after the inauguration "Yankee & The Brave"," Killer Mike and El-P of Run The Jewels are back with another taste of Run The Jewels 4 in the form of "Ooh LA LA" with Greg Nice and cuts by DJ Premier. The track was premiered during an interview with Beats 1 host Zane Lowe on Wednesday (March 25).

Properly, it comes with a sample of Gang Starr's 1994 Hard To Earn single "Dwyck" featuring Nice and Smooth..centered-ad {

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"There's not a lot of classics undermined the golden age of a material that has not been converted into a jam...and I've been planning this, probably, the last three albums," El-P said. "We do not intentionally old school music ... But our influences and we come from a time that is very real."

The Product admitted that this was the first time RTJ actually had the budget to clean up a sample.

"This is the first time that Run The Jewels had a real budget to clear the samples, so look, all I'm saying is that we


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