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RTJ4 seems tailor-made for the present moment, but Run the Jewels has always made music about inequality and corruption in America. "In my mind, things are never not happening," Killer Mike says. Tim Saccenti/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'RTJ4,' Run The Jewels Is A Speaker Box For Society

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Fantastic Damage, El-P's solo debut from his years before Run the Jewels, has come to streaming services after years out of print. Daniel Medhurst/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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