Run The Jewels Releases A VR 360 Music Video for 'Crown'

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The Run The Jewels team of Killer Mike and El-P have released a cutting edge VR 360 music video for their song "Crown."

The music video features 360 technology that is fairly new to YouTube.

In the past artists like Mike Shinoda have used this technology which adds an extra dose of interactivity for fans with all sorts of cool surprises. Mike and El-P spit their famous verses in the controversial song.

"No clunky classes or headsets are needed to get the full 360 video experience in the web version of 'Crown,' the immersive video dropped by rap duo Run the Jewels on Wednesday," according to Billboard.

"Crown" is one of the songs from Run the Jewels 2 which was released in 2014.

The duo is known for their no nonsense approach to tough subjects such as police brutality, politics and the social and economic issues that plague the U.S. You can check out the VR 360 version of Run the Jewels "Crown" music video below.

Watch Run The Jewels' VR 360 Music Video for 'Crown'