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27 January, 2014@1:13 pm
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In part one, on Arsenio’s original show, Chuck D said we need to be careful not to lose rap the way we lost jazz and the blues. Now, 20 years later, it’s time to ask: has that happened?


In part two, Arsenio had to ask Chuck D about the first time he met Flavor Flav, and what he was doing.


In part three, Chuck D is grateful for the recognition Public Enemy has received from The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but he’s also eager to shine the spotlight a crowd you may not expect.


In part four, Arsenio closed out his old school hip hop show with Rapper’s Delight performing a medley of “La La Song,” their legendary hit “Rapper’s Delight,” featuring Chuck D, Luther Campbell, and DJ Spinderella. Even Olympic figure skater Jason Brown got in on the action.








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6 Responses to "Arsenio: Chuck D Interview"
  • Chad says:

    chuck has always been real, no matter what the time is, it’s his time when he’s speaking, love that about him, wish others would follow suit

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