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Run the Jewels have teamed up with Greg Nice, DJ Premier and Zack de la Rocha for their ambitious new 'Ooh La La' video

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Published: 9:06 pm, April 27, 2020
Run the Jewels have teamed up with Greg Nice, DJ Premier and Zack de la Rocha for their ambitious new 'Ooh La La' video

Run The Jewels have shared a video for their track 'Ooh La La'.

The song - which features Greg Nice and DJ Premier, and follows hot on the heels of 'Yankee And The Brave' - is a cut from the duo's upcoming album 'RTJ4'.

“We shot this video only a few weeks before the pandemic hit with no clue as to what the future held," they explain. "The fact that we got the chance to do it is damn near miraculous in hindsight.

“In conceptualizing the video with Brian and Vanessa Beletic, we imagined the world on the day that the struggle of class was finally over. A day that humanity, empathy, and community were victorious over the forces that separate us based on arbitrary systems created by man.

"This video is a fantasy of waking up on a day that there is no monetary system, no dividing line, no false construct to tell our fellow man that they are less or more than anyone else. Not that people are without, but that the whole meaning of money has vanished. That we have somehow solved our self-created caste system and can now start fresh with love, hope and celebration.

"It's a dream of humanity’s V-DAY… and the party we know would pop off.”

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