blink-182’s Travis Barker and Run the Jewels Collaborate on New Song ‘Forever’

blink-182 drummer Travis Barker and Run the Jewels have joined forces on a new track called ‘Forever’. The single follows their collaboration on the 2014 track ‘All Due Respect’, from Run the Jewels 2. Listen to it below.

The drummer teased the new collaboration on social media with a clip of him drumming along to the first few moments of the track, which you can watch below. Back in April, he revealed that he has “bunch of records” ready to release via his new record label DTA. “I have some stuff with this kid OmenXIII; I have stuff with Smokepurpp, stuff with Yachty and Dej Loaf, and one with Run the Jewels,” he said. “I don’t think about it as an album, but rather as singles every other month.”

Back in June, Run the Jewels released their latest album RTJ4, which we named one of our favourite albums of the year so far.

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