Watch Run the Jewels Perform ‘RTJ4’ in Full on Adult Swim

Yesterday night (October 17), Run the Jewels performed their latest album RTJ4 in full on Adult Swim. The concert, titled ‘Holy Calamavote’, was sponsored by Ben & Jerrys and urged viewers to vote during the November 3 US election. Fans were also encouraged to donate to the ACLU throughout the stream. Watch the full set below.

‘Holy Calamavote’ marked the first time the hip-hop superduo performed their new album live in its entirety. The event also featured guest appearances from Eric Andre, Pharrell, 2 Chainz, Gangsta Boo, Greg Nice, DJ Cutmaster Swiff, Cochemea Gastelum, Mavis Staples, Zack de la Rocha, and Josh Homme.

RTJ are also set to play during the virtual 2020 Adult Swim Festival, which will take place November 13-14 and will be available to watch exclusively on YouTube. The full line-up for the festival was also announced today, including a Club Domo set from Robyn and a performance from Mastodon.

Run the Jewels released RTJ4 back in June. Since then, Killer Mike and El-P teamed up with blink-182’s Travis Barker on ‘Forever’ and dropped the 2 Chainz-featuring video for ‘Out of Sight’.

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