Watch Run The Jewels dedicate their Glastonbury 2017 set to the Grenfell Tower fire victims

They played after Jerem Corbyn's speech to a record crowd.
Killer Mike paid tribute to the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire as Run The Jewels delivered a storming set on the Glastonbury Pyramid Stage earlier today (24th June).



Taking to the stage after a rousing speech from Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, the duo ended up playing to a massive crowd.



“Shout out to our opening act, Mr. Corbyn,” Killer Mike announced. “This is dedicated to those people who perished at Grenfell. We love you, we love you, we love you.”



The show went ahead after Killer Mike returned to the US to be with his mother as she passed away. He only arrived back in the country earlier this morning, heading straight to the festival site.



You can watch the dedication below.



https://twitter.com/bbcmusic/status/878641710309552128

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