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Chuck D - Give We The Pride feat. Mavis Staples (2014) #ChuckD

New album from Public Enemy Hip Hop star CHUCK D himself !!!! 8 tracks for this incredible, powerful album called The Black in Man + Intro / Outro. 146 more words


Fear of A Black Planet - Public Enemy (1991)

Malcolm McLaren may have boosted hip hop to the international stage, but it was redefined as a powerful vehicle for social commentary with the arrival of Public Enemy in the late ’80s. 596 more words


The Oak Q & A: Jahi as PE2.0 (Part II)

In Part One of this interview, Oakland-based educator and rapper Jahi talked about how he became the lead emcee in PE2.0, a musical and cultural initiative created by Chuck D, Professor Griff, and the Public Enemy organization, which aims to revisit the group’s legacy while pushing forward for a new generation of listeners searching for consciousness, sanity, and dignity in rap music. 1,511 more words


The Oak Q & A: Jahi as PE2.0

Being asked to be a part of your favorite group is a dream come true for a music fan. That rarely happens in real life, but it happened for Oakland-based emcee Jahi, who was asked by rap icon Chuck D to be the lead emcee in PE 2.0, a continuation of the legendary hip-hop outfit Public Enemy. 1,640 more words


50 Cent Reveals What He'd Do If He Could Go Back In Time

50 Cent and Chuck D speak on what they would change if they could go back in time.

Rappers Chuck D and 50 Cent are among the celebrities who will appear on the SundanceTV docuseries, “Dream School.” According to AllHipHop.com, “Dream School” is a television series that features celebrity teachers mentoring students who have dropped out of high school. 171 more words


50 Cent wants Jay Z, Dr. Dre for new TV show that helps teens graduate

50 Cent is putting his passion for education into practice in season 2 of his reality series Dream School.

The show, which debuted to critical acclaim last year on SundanceTV, is back with a whole new season set in a new school, with the same purpose: helping high school dropouts graduate. 440 more words