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Run The Jewels’ Killer Mike & El-P Share Sneak Peek Of Nike SB Sneaker Collab


The group also unveiled the drop date of April 20, 2023, Killer Mike’s birthday.

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Run The Jewels unveiled a sneak peek of their upcoming sneaker collaboration with Nike SB. On Saturday (November 19), Killer Mike and El-P shared a full-length mirror selfie of them rocking a pair of the Dunk High collabs—one with yellow laces, the other with pink. They wrote in the caption, “The rumors were true.”


Run The Jewels
@runjewels

The rumors were true… 🤷🏾‍♂️🤷🏼‍♂️ @nikesb https://t.co/ex75SrhQWr


11:50 AM · Nov 19, 2022


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Killer Mike tweeted a close-up video of the sneakers in another Twitter post that announced the drop date of April 20, 2023. The shoe features a two-tone upper black and pink upper, with jewel-styled Swooshes and yellow shoelaces in an effort to mimic the Run The Jewels logo.

“Dropping on my Born Day #420 The @runjewels X @nikesb Collab! S/O #JewelRunners Wit’e! Wait till we tell the story of how it all came to be!”


Killer Mike
@KillerMike

Dropping on my Born Day #420 The @runjewels X @nikesb Collab!  

S/O #JewelRunners Wit’e! Wait till we tell the story of how it all came to be! https://t.co/y8Nv8cuCI5


11:31 AM · Nov 19, 2022


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Killer Mike, El-P and Trackstar The DJ were seen wearing the shoes during a recent performance in Mexico City. The group is currently touting their new release, RTJ CU4TRO, a remix album created with Latin artists Akapellah, Baco Exu Do Blues, the Mexican Institute of Sound, Sarah La Morena, Trooko and more. Check it out below.

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By: Kyle Eustice



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