Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Mass Appeal Purrsents: Run The Jewels - "Oh My Darling Don't Cry" (Meow The Jewels)




"Run The Jewels will self-produce a new episode of Kitchen Nightmares with Gordon Ramsey, with Mike and El both playing Gordon Ramsey. We will travel to a restaurant with you of your choice, completely uninvited and attempt to force them to change the menu. All the while, verbally abusing and insulting the entire staff to hilarious effect," reads the utterly side-splitting RTJ2 We Are Gordon Ramsey Package ($150,000). It's one of 11 totally outlandish too-good-to-be-true RTJ2 pre-order "BONU$" packages ranging from $7,500-10,000,000 in "price," which Run The Jewels blatantly admit that they'll "take your money and not fulfill any of [their] obligations as outlined in any package priced at 35k or more." There's even a Meow The Jewels package, wherein for the right purrice, Killer Mike & El-P will supposedly "re-record RTJ2 using nothing but cat sounds for music." Run The Jewels unleashed the second single from their forthcoming RTJ2, "Oh My Darling Don't Cry" Monday morning as part of Adult Swim's annual summer singles series. Killer Mike & El-P somehow managed to recruit Police Academy actor Michael Winslow, who ended up contributing a unique human beatbox/robot vocal effect to "Oh My Darling Don't Cry." Not entirely unlike the majority of Run The Jewels (album 1), "Oh My Darling Don't Cry" is a frantic multi-layered Space-Rap-sounding track that's effortlessly laced up with Killer Mike & El-P's rapid-fire rap ferocity and Winslow's robot sounds. Run The Jewels' latest track is now available for download through Adult Swim's summer singles program, ahead of their aptly-titled Mass Appeal Records FREE-release, RTJ2, which will become available for download online this upcoming October 27th; coincidentally, just on day before the end of @MeowTheJewels' Kickstarter campaign that's attempting to raise $45,100 so that El-P & Killer Mike will re-produce a cat sounds instrumental version of RTJ2. @therealelp has expressed his interest in making what's now been dubbed "Meow The Jewels" and pledged to donate nearly all of it's profits to charity; with the help of a mainstream media push, MTJ has already managed to raise upwards of $7,000 in less than two days, at press time.

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