News Records RTJ4 dates set

RTJ4 dates set

Posted May 23, 2020, 1:31 p.m. in Records by Loren
RTJ4 dates set

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Run The Jewels is back with its fourth LP this summer. Following previous naming conventions, RTJ4 will be available digitally on June 5 and on physical formats in September.


A video to "Ooh La La" is out now (and shared below).


In related news, Fat Possum Records has reissued El-P's Cancer 4 CureI'll Sleep When You're Dead, and will soon also re-release Fantastic Damage (digital soon and vinyl in August). All three were originally released on Definitive Jux.

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