Various members of Run DMC, Public Enemy, EPMD, and 3rd Base team up for this posse cut. Produced by BIG K.O. Video directed by Rob Martin.
De La Soul: “The idea for the song came from a couple of samples, and the track’s vibe is earnest and has a pressing tone to it. The lyrics are commentaries of our struggles and successes, our weaknesses and strengths… the experiences… and trials and tribulations we have faced as human beings, a race, and [cont.]
Edo G teams with Public Enemy frontman, Chuck D, for a verse on “Fight.” From the album, After All These Years, available now. Peep the trailer below. Is it us, or did Edo drop some weight?
Rah Digga grabs Chuck D and Jon Connor for the “Storm Comin’”.
Mistachuck teams with Mavis Staples for this single from his new solo project, The Black In Man, available now via RapCentralStation.
Combat Jack writes: “Internets, this is such an honor. It’s been few years of me trying to get the legendary Chuck D on The Combat Jack Show. It took current events, plus the Freddie Foxxx episode to make this happen (thank you Bumpy!). How do I even describe this 3 hour long discussion with Chuck [cont.]
In part 1, Chuck talks writing process, bomb squad, artists leaving major record labels + more. Nick Huff Barili of Hard Knock TV, in collaboration with www.GRAMMY.com sits down with the legendary Chuck D for in-depth interview. In part 2, Chuck talks about the death of Hip Hop groups, influence on N.W.A, working with Ice [cont.]
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, [cont.]
From Muggs electronic-tinged Bass For Your Face LP.
LL gives us the release of his new single “Whaddup”, as performed on The Grammys last night. From the album, Authentic Hip-Hop.
DJ Muggs, the hip-hop producer (platinum albums with Cypress Hill, House of Pain’s smash “Jump Around”—plus a dozen stellar albums of collaborations in the Vs. series, as Soul Assassins and otherwise), the globetrotting hip-hop club DJ (spinning 100+ dates annually) and the experimental recording artist (2003 genre-defying album Dust). Take a breath and get ready [cont.]
21 years after Public Enemy’s landmark album Fear of a Black Planet, Chuck-D talks exclusively to yours truly for Conspiracy Worldwide and The Hard Copy magazine. In this nostalgic meets the future interview, Chuck and I conversate before his next stop in Birmingham to indulge in a two part interview featuring a cameo appearance from [cont.]
BY THE TIME I GET TO ARIZONA mural project is a collaboration of several artists throughout the country. This mural, as executed by the Momentum Art Team over a period of two days, is located in a Chicago Westside neighborhood. Their goal was to recreate Chuck D’s venture into the fine art medium for everyone [cont.]
From Immortal Technique’s Martyr mixtape, due tomorrow. Download
The Legend Chuck D always dropping knowledge. I like. “This is a polite respect call to the troops , to continue to inspire but reflect the people better. OTIS Redding was a humble country man from Macon Georgia who bought a jet to work in, not flash. He perished in that plane. Heres to hoping [cont.]
“By The Time I Got To Arizona” is an art release unlike anything before it. Focused on ill-conceived immigration policies in Arizona that perpetuate racial profiling, the artwork is an unprecedented foray into the medium of fine art for Chuck D working in collaboration with art collective SceneFour. Notable is the origin of many of [cont.]
Chuck D teams with Legacy of X to present The Art Of Chuck D, a limited-to-300 series of art canvases, available exclusively online. The first is titled “By The Time I Got To Arizona” (that’s “got”, not “get”), which makes a statement about the controversial immigration and border patrol laws of the state. Canvases go [cont.]
There’s probably not a louder, realer voice in the game that Public Enemy’s Chuck D. With 2011 beginning, Mistachuck pens a letter to the industry, letting us know where his head’s at. Never have so many been pimped by so few….. Read on @ HipHopGods
Public Enemy frontman Chuck D offers his take on Arizona’s immigration laws. Video By Eclectic Method. Shot By David CDOC Snyder for Command Films.
If you haven’t been following the actual news lately, the state of Arizona just passed a World War II era anti-immigration law that allows police to stop people of Hispanic origin at any time and for any reason, and demand to see their “papers”. This is what Ann Coulter would refer to as “the description [cont.]
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