RTJ 2, Killer Mike and El-P’s second album together, is a brash, noisy, fantastic tribute to going in (among other things). One thing it is not, though, is SFW. Now, courtesy of the group’s DJ Trackstar, there’s a clean version of album (which, admittedly must have taken some time to put together).
Twitter, not known for its sensitivity, immediately badgered the DJ, along with producer El-P, about how anyone could possibly stand to listen to the album in anything less than its original state. He had some great responses, and the number of fans who were excited to share the album with people outside the standard hip-hop demographic was…if not inspiring, than at least endearing.
Check out some of the best responses below, mostly courtesy of El-P’s Twitter.