Not long after the initial release of the track back in October, Run the Jewels'"Rubble Kings (Dynamite)" single now has a matching video. The song appears on the soundtrack for the Rubble Kings documentary and was originally released as a part of Adult Swim's annual singles program. In the animated video we see two gangs escalate into "an all out rumble" after the main character is attacked early on.
According to Pitchfork, the documentary's director Shan Nicholson described the video's concept in a press release, saying, "This video was inspired by the Rubble Kings documentary and the works of the great Ralph Bakshi. The video depicts a story of street justice in the turbulent streets of the 1970's South Bronx. We follow 'Little Nina', who's violently attacked by a rival gang on her way home from her grandmother's house. What follows is an all out rumble between her gang, the fictionalized 'Rubble Kings' and the 'Javelins'. Run the Jewels alongside producer Little Shalimar provide the rugged soundtrack to the piece."
Watch the video above and revisit El-P and Killer Mike's recent Meow the Jewels remix project here.