‘Holy Calamavote’ is a full-album concert aimed at driving voter registration and participation.
When Run the Jewels dropped their fourth album this past June, it was immediately hailed as a relevant album of the here and now. Even though it was created over the past few years, since RTJ3’s release in 2016, the duo of Killer Mike and El-P managed to seemingly encapsulate 2020 in audio form, with what my colleague Joe Berkowitz called, “an incendiary album that sounds like it was written and recorded last weekend, but built to last long after whatever is about to happen happens.”
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