Follow The Beat On Twitter: Killer Mike is getting his own TV show to discuss hard questions and to travel to strange places. Trigger Warning With Killer Mike will debut on Netflix and will explore culture taboos and the ‘what ifs’ and ‘why nots’ that limit some people to understand different views in society. Mike promises […]
What an amazing song. Killer Mike always delivers. Sadly I recently, like several years ago, was put on to Killer & his awesome body of work through the years. Follow The Beat On Twitter: Big Boi, amazing m.c, is a genius for putting him, killer, and Jeezy in the mix. U already know this joint […]
Just in case you missed it, Killer Mike and “Run The Jewels” hit the stage for their live performance on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’. Run The Jewels 3 here.
Atlanta’s impact on entertainment and music constantly is moving the culture and Viceland featured A-Town in it’s latest edition of Noisey! Sign Up For Our Newsletter! Noisey host Zach Goldbaum posted about the documentary to his Twitter account. “Atlanta is on top because artists make it, stay, and give back. Other cities could learn from that […]
Killer Mike and El-P have released a new Run the Jewels song in the wake of Trump’s election. The song features Jordan Asher aka Boots, who can also be heard on Run the Jewels 2. “For our friends. For our family. For everyone who is hurting or scared right now,” the duo said in an […]
There is nothing radical about refusing to vote. It doesn’t make you a renegade, a rebel or a rabble-rouser. And, if you’re a celebrity sharing your misguided views with millions of young followers — many of whom are eligible to vote for the first time — you’re a disgrace. If you didn’t already think […]
Killer Mike and El-P performed at day two of Coachella yesterday. Introduced by Bernie Sanders on the big screen, they ran through their catalogue, premiered new track and brought out Nas for “Made You Look”. Peep the duo’s new music video below.
Rapper Killer Mike sparked a major controversy after quoting Jane Elliott, an anti-racism activist and feminist who said, "A uterus doesn't qualify you to be president of the United States. You have to have policy that's reflective of social justice."