If there's one album that could fully explain 2020 and put it into music, it would be Run The Jewels' fourth record, RTJ4.
Years from now, hopefully when all the issues this year brought have settled, we can look back at this record and see it as a time capsule of sorts. Almost like a roller coaster, us listeners venture out into the world Killer Mike and El-P portray through anthemic and sharp energy. It's alarming, and for all the right reasons. This isn't your average rap record- this is a ... read more