Over the past few years rap duo Run the Jewels has become the unlikely rap breakout of the decade. Their aggressive rhyme
style and
feline-friendly internet antics have made them one of the biggest hip-hop acts around, but do they deserve the acclaim? Team 360 is split on the matter with
contributors Ramon Ramirez and Chad Swiatecki taking polar opposite positions.

On Sunday at noon they will duke it out in a Facebook Live debate moderated by yours truly. Here are their opening position

Chad Swiatecki: I’m not saying Killer Mike and El-P are proof that mankind is still evolving to a higher level of intellect and communication…
wait, actually, yes I am.

Ramon Ramirez: Run the Jewels should not be here. But three albums and four years into ACL sets, the cagey duo of southern icon Killer Mike
and aggro contrarian El-P are still posturing in denim jackets.

It’s repellant rap music for tatted dudes who work in front of MacBooks, mean and nostalgic in the worst way. People like
the familiar stylings, but it’s reverse-engineered noise. I don’t like their art, and neither should you.

Tune in Sunday, to see who takes the trophy in what is sure to be a spirited