Looking back years from now, it will be pretty evident that the “Meowpurrdy” music video was the point at which the Meow The Jewels project took a terrifying turn.

The improbable-joke-of-an-album-turned-charitable-headline-nabber remix compilation from Run The Jewels has gotten yet another music video, this one for RTJ producer El-P’s twist on RTJ2 song “Jeopardy.”

Cult video artist Cyriak supplies a nightmarish slew of cat limbs and teeth fractalizing into feline Cthulu-esque monstrosities engaged in an epic battle between cat heaven and cat hell. But you probably wouldn’t expect anything less from the minds behind this record. The video will also be making its television debut on Adult Swim later this month.

Meow The Jewels is currently available via Mass Appeal Records as a limited-edition, specially packaged, tawny-brown vinyl edition with the iconic Run the Jewels album cover hands represented in actual faux fur. The vinyl album can be found at record stores worldwide and the digital version for free on the duo’s website.

Well known for their social and political consciousness, Run The Jewels donated the initial earnings from Meow The Jewels directly to the families of Michael Brown Jr. and Eric Garner, two men who lost their lives to police violence in highly publicized tragedies. All additional profits from the album are being donated by Run The Jewels and partner label Mass Appeal Records to the National Lawyers Guild’s Mass Defense Committee.

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