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Public Enemy - Don't Believe The Hype (Def Jam Recordings)

“The most acclaimed body of work ever by a Rap act”, said Los Angeles Times music critic Robert Hilburn about the legacy of this band made of… 74 more words

Classics

Happy Birthday to Chuck D and Professor Griff of Public Enemy!

We salute  and wish a Happy Birthday to two revolutionary men of hip-hop, Chuck D and Professor Griff of Public Enemy!

Chuck D was born… 264 more words

Classic Hip Hop

Happy Birthday to Chuck D and Professor Griff of Public Enemy!

We salute  and wish a Happy Birthday to two revolutionary men of hip-hop, Chuck D and Professor Griff of Public Enemy!

Chuck D was born… 264 more words

Entertainment News

Happy Birthday to Chuck D and Professor Griff of Public Enemy!

We salute  and wish a Happy Birthday to two revolutionary men of hip-hop, Chuck D and Professor Griff of Public Enemy!

Chuck D was born… 264 more words

Entertainment News

The Afros' Kickin' Afrolistics Reviewed in 50 Words

The Afros
Kickin’ Afrolistics
JMJ Records

Occupying the space between Public Enemy and Digital Underground, the Afros attempt to balance activism and awareness with the absurd, but it unfortunately runs too long, veers too much, and isn’t either provocative or funny. 16 more words

The List

Anthrax Perform "Bring The Noise" With Public Enemy’s Chuck D. In Hollywood, CA

Anthrax played the “last metal show” at the Hollywood House Of Blues, last night (July 29), and were joined onstage by Public Enemy’s Chuck D. for a performance of their collaborative track “Bring The Noise.” Check out some fan-filmed footage below:

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#BlackLivesMatter: killuminatayy

All Eyez on Me was originally called “Euthanasia”. Here’s the draft of the track list. It was going to be released on March 1st, 1996. Originally he was going to have The Outlawz, Khalid Muhammad, Jodeci, Chuck D, Raekwon, Kool G Rap, Kam, Ice Cube, Kurupt, I think one of them says “Sista Soulja” and another looks like it reads “Herman Ferguson”. 29 more words

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