The collaboration between Atlanta’s Killer Mike and Brooklyn’s El-P received a sequel and though the album is due out October 27th the two rap maestros went ahead and shared the album as a free download last night. Early this morning, El-P tweeted a link to download the album, with Killer Mike following suit. We’ve provided the download link (and stream) after the jump, get at it now!

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After dropping two tracks from their forthcoming PRhyme collaborative project, Royce Da 5’9″ & DJ Premier go ahead and share the artwork (above) and tracklist. Needless to say it looks like it’ll be a solid project overall based on what we are seeing here. Nine total tracks with Preem handling production and a slew of awesome, awesome guest spots. Everything from Ab-Soul to Jay Electronica to Schoolboy Q to Killer Mike, there is something here for everyone. PRhyme will be out December 9th. Peep the tracklist for PRhyme after the jump!

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El-P and Killer Mike are slated to drop their anticipated Run the Jewels sequel RTJ2 on October 27th and having already shared solid cuts like “Blockbuster Night Pt. 1″ and “Oh My Darling Don’t Cry” the duo return to share “Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fu*k)” featuring outspoken Rage Against the Machine frontman Zack de la Rocha. Listen after the jump.

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It’s safe to say that one of the most highly anticipated hip-hop albums of 2014 is Killer Mike and El-P’s second installment of their Run the Jewels collaboration. The rap duo has already shared two solid tracks from the upcoming project and today they’ve decided to share “Oh My Darling Don’t Cry”, their contribution to the Adult Swim Singles Series. The two have recruited Michael Winslow, also known as the “Man of 10,000 Sound Effects”, who is best remembered as Cadet Larvell Jones from the Police Academy series for the track. Listen after the jump.

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Not sure how much political clout Maybach Music has. For real, if there were a lobby for them it would be the Koch Brothers or the Blackstone Group. Nonetheless they engage the conversation about hood hierarchy and the harsh realities of street options. Gunplay is exceptional here, though Ross gets the last say and is no slouch. Check it after the jump.
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