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Stream Run The Jewels’ New Song “Let’s Go (The Royal We)”

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Run The Jewels

Indie hip-hop heroes Run The Jewels have just released “Let’s Go (The Royal We),” a fiery new track which made its debut in Marvel’s latest blockbuster, Venom, appearing in a special bonus scene during post movie credits. Their second standalone new song since 2017’s highly-acclaimed breakthrough album, RTJ3, “Let’s Go (The Royal We)” is now available across all digital retailers.

The song arrives on the heels of RTJ’s back-to-back festival closing headline sets at Riot Fest in Chicago, and the Adult Swim Festival in Los Angeles this past weekend, where the group also marked the release of their latest craft beer, the Down Double IPA. Brewed in collaboration with top craft breweries Mumford Brewery in LA and BRLO in Berlin (who created a CBD-infused version of the beer), it joins the ever expanding line of the duo’s hops, which also includes the Panther Like a Panther stout, Legend Has It Pilsner, and Stay GoldIPA.

Los Angeles also played host this past weekend to the launch of Run the Jewels’ latest collaboration with Volcom. Their new Monogram Line, features black denim jackets, slides, hoodies & more, and is based on an original design & concept by the group’s co-manager, Amaechi Uzoigwe. RTJ also helped christen Volcom’s new Century City LA store, holding a fan-signing and dropping a surprise release of Run The Jewels’ DJ Trackstar the DJ’s RTJ MegaMixTape on a limited edition full color 4-piece flexi disc set



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