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Run The Jewels Drop New Song, No Save Point, From Cyberpunk 2077

Listen to Run The Jewels’ new song No Save Point, taken from the Cyberpunk 2077 soundtrack.

Almost a year on from the announcement of the Cyberpunk 2077 soundtrack, Run The Jewels’ song for the release has finally arrived.

Speaking of the Keanu Reeves-starring video game and their effort for it – which is called No Save Point – El‑P stated that, Even in the dystopian future, hard rap lives on,” while Killer Mike added, We want to provide you with the soundtrack for fucking shit up.”

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The Cyberpunk 2077 game/soundtrack is due out on December 10, with Refused, Ilan Rubin, Grimes, ASAP Rocky and more also starring.

Back in June, Run The Jewels released their incredible RTJ4 album, making it available for free following the death of George Floyd.

We got bangers to help you lose yourself and smile and we got shit that comes from the deepest places in our hearts and when it drops on Friday it will not only be for sale but it will be made available for free for anyone who wants some music,” wrote El‑P.

For me this is the only way I really know how to contribute to the human struggle and experience beyond just trying to be kind and aware and grow. It’s the only weapon I’m truly trained in and I’m grateful to have it. So no more talk from me until the music drops.” 

El‑P continued: I love y’all be safe don’t fall for the fuck shit and protect each other and your spirits from those that would divide and hurt you. This ain’t an advertisement this is just me saying I love you and I hope this music does something for you in these fucked up times.”

Listen to No Save Point below:

Check out who else is joining Run The Jewels on the soundtrack, too:

Posted on November 12th 2020, 5:17p.m.
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