Run The Jewels est l’association de El-P et Killer Mike et est également l’un des projets rap les plus excitants de 2014. Ils prolongent le plaisir avec un 3ème clip issu de RTJ2 qui met en scène une course poursuite absurde entre un policier et un afro-américain que l’on considérera comme un nouvel hommage aux événements de Ferguson. Le mot du réalisateur :

« When Run The Jewels sent me this track, I knew we had the opportunity to create a film that means something. I felt a sense of responsibility to do just that. We had to exploit the lyrics and aggression and emotion of the track, and translate that into a film that would ignite a valuable and productive conversation about racially motivated violence in this country. It’s provocative, and we all knew this, so we were tasked with making something that expressed the intensity of senseless violence without eclipsing our humanity. For me, it was important to write a story that didn’t paint a simplistic portrait of the characters of the Cop and Kid. They’re not stereotypes. They’re people – complex, real people and, as such, the power had to shift between them at certain points throughout the story. The film begins and it feels like they have been fighting for days, they’re exhausted, not a single punch is thrown, their violence is communicated through clumsy, raw emotion. They’ve already fought their way past their judgments and learned hatred toward one another. Our goal was to highlight the futility of the violence, not celebrate it.”

On doit admettre que l’on est sortis épuisés des 4’42 de vidéo !