Are you a DJ, but you work at a place that won't allow you to play the explicit version of the new Run the Jewels album because they hate everything good in the world including but not limited to great rap records, rainbows, and kittens? Well, you're in luck. El-P took to Twitter today to share the clean version of the record, which was made by DJ Trackstar.

He's spent the morning retweeting people who say they'll be playing it at high school parties (I wish they played RTJ2 at my prom, to be honest), for their younger brothers and sisters, as the return music on their radio shows, and even cool parents who want to #bless their kids with the #knowledge that is Run the Jewels 2. Read his tweet explaining why below about how if you have a problem with it (for some reason), you can just calm down: