Twitter – El-P’s wife Emily Panic has provided an update on Run The Jewels’ forthcoming Run The Jewels 4 album. On Monday (March 25), Panic sent out a tweet explaining she’d just heard the project and insisted it was comparable to Lil Wayne’s 2010 album, Rebirth.
“Guys, last night @therealelp played me the new #RTJ4 tracks they’ve been working on,” she wrote. “and all I can say is I hope you loved that Lil Wayne rock album (Rebirth) because it sounds a lot like that.”
She added three flame emojis to drive home her point. But considering Panic is a professional comedian and Rebirth wasn’t exactly one of Weezy’s most well received projects, fans can anticipate an expert troll job.
— Emily Panic (@aprettybigmouth) March 25, 2019
Rebirth served as Wayne’s seventh studio album and relied heavily on a rap-rock aesthetic. The project received a measly 1.5 out of 5 at RealStreetRadio, while Metacritic’s user score average 3.2 based on “generally unfavorable reviews.”
El-P and Killer Mike have been dangling their fourth studio album in front of their fans for some time. Last December, the motley duo teased a release date although it has yet to be confirmed. All he said was it would be out sometime in 2019.
RTJ4 will serve as the follow-up to 2016’s RTJ3.