Get the Latest from Run the Jewels, Mo Kenney and Chief Keef in Our Music/Video Roundup

Get the Latest from Run the Jewels, Mo Kenney and Chief Keef in Our Music/Video Roundup
This week's Music/Video Roundup is locked and loaded, full of brand new album streams, music videos, singles and more. Get yourself up to speed with last week's most talked-about material below. Then, be sure to check out our Music/Video section for more new music and videos every day.

Run the Jewels start things off this week with footage of a performance from this past summer in Vancouver, all part of Exclaim!'s co-presented live video series Coastal Frequencies. El-P and Killer Mike manoeuvre through their August 12 set at the Biltmore in expert fashion, tag-teaming cuts from their debut record such as "Get It," "Job Well Done" and "A Christmas Fucking Miracle" in front of the raucous audience. As we draw nearer to the release of the duo's upcoming RTJ2, give the footage a look to get yourself prepared.

East Coast singer-songwriter Mo Kenney is furthering her award-winning songwriting chops with her sophomore effort, In My Dreams, due out September 30. With Joel Plaskett in the producer's chair, the working relationship between the two helped bring an edgier, classic rock-inspired touch to Kenney's folk music roots. Hear the entire record for yourself at the link above.

Not one to be kept down by his run-ins with the law, Chief Keef has been steadily releasing songs and videos in anticipation of his upcoming mixtape Bang 3. While there is still no word on a release date for the tape, the Chicago native recently teamed up with Fredo Santana to deliver the ghostly "Beetlejuice." North of the border, Canadian MC Buck 65 is back with a new record, inspired by his recent divorce. Neverlove proves to be far from a depressing collection of breakup tunes, balancing moments of downcast introspection with poppy, upbeat cuts.

Finally, be sure to watch the latest video from Brazilian Money, who will surely you make you jealous with a look at his office space. In his latest set of visuals for "Job Slob," taken from his upcoming self-titled record, Edmonton songwriter Garrett Johnson mixes business with pleasure, making phone calls and taking notes from his backyard hot tub.

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