Groove riders: US Record Store Day ambassadors Run The Jewels on how they're shaking up the industry

Ben Homewood

Killer Mike was almost in tears driving through New York City this morning.

As the Run The Jewels bus rolled into the five boroughs, Mike and his partner El-P were moved to remember the first days of their friendship. Having been introduced by Cartoon Network executive Jason DeMarco in 2010, they came together in El’s New York hometown to work on Mike’s R.A.P. Music album, which came out in 2012 on Williams Street Records.

“We drove by where I used ...

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