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Public Enemy's 20 Years in the Game

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  • Public Enemy's 20 Years in the Game

    Chuck D. & crew are still doing it. They might not have the same impact as they did in late 80's, but that hasn't stopped them from dropping the heat..



    Chuck D. Interview:
    Public Enemy's 20 Years in the Game
    Bringing that beat back

    By JESSICA KOSLOW
    Wednesday, August 8, 2007 - 6:00 pm


    The Rolling Stones of hip-hop?

    Straight Outta ComptonYo! Bum Rush the Show. To celebrate, the group that was hailed by Rolling Stone as one of the 50 greatest artists of all time released How You Sell Soul to a Soulless People Who Sold Their SoulIt Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us BackFear of a Black Planet in the National Recording Registry.




    CHUCK D: How You Sell Soul to a Soulless People Who Sold Their SoulYou and Flavor Flav have very different personalities. How have you made it work for so long?

    The answer is yes and no. Yes, if the media always wants to pay less attention to the other figures in the group besides myself. Flav has never changed and has always been the exception to the P.E. rule. The group is not a duo. But then again, media tends to endorse whippings of mass distraction. P.E. is like any group/family coming from the Black community. We tend as a people to include and love the extremes in the same house with the same love regardless. Every Black family seems to have one, and even some white ones such as . . . remember Billy Carter?


    You have an online label, Slamjamz. What have you been working on?Do you think Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton can win the presidency?How You Sell Soul to a Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul is in stores now. Public Enemy will perform at the Rock the Bells Festival 2007 at the Hyundai Pavilion in San Bernardino on Sat., Aug. 11, and at House of Blues, Sunset Strip, in West Hollywood on Thurs., Aug. 16. For more information, visit www.publicenemy.com and www.slamjamz.com.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=<obje...mbed></object>

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    Re: Public Enemy's 20 Years in the Game

    P.E. was awesome back in the day. Loved them in every way.

    Watched Flava's roast last night, it was pretty funny stuff.

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      Re: Public Enemy's 20 Years in the Game

      Yeeeeaaaaahhh Booooyyyyyyy!!!!

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