Tag: Public Enemy
The Best Songs of 2020 Not From 2020
In a year unlike any other, music of the past was eerily present (and prescient).
Public Enemy Share Visual for “Public Enemy Number Won” with Beastie Boys and Run-DMC
The lyric video features vintage footage of both groups in their ’80s heydays.
In Conversation: Chuck D Is Rebelling Against America’s New Gridlock
The Public Enemy rapper expounds on America’s technological dependency and how people on both sides of the fence may be getting duped.
Beastie Boys, Ice-T, George Clinton, and More Will Appear on the New Public Enemy Record
“What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down” drops September 25.
Public Enemy Art Show Celebrates 30 Years of “Fear of A Black Planet”
Black Book Gallery in Colorado will feature works by Shepard Fairey, CYCLE, and Chuck D himself.
Black Thought Announces “Streams of Thought Vol. 3: Cane and Abel” Ft. Pusha T, Portugal. The Man, and More
The next chapter of The Roots co-founder’s solo series also features Killer Mike, ScHoolboy Q, and Swizz Beats.
Public Enemy Remix “Fight the Power” for the BET Awards with Nas, Rapsody, and Black Thought
The penetrating rendition of the 1989 anthem reflects police brutality, Black Lives Matter protests, and the state of America.
New Tracks, Live Stream Events, and Other Juneteenth Resources
Celebrate Freedom Day with Public Enemy, Erik B & Rakim, Common, and more.
Public Enemy Part Ways with Flavor Flav Prior to Bernie Rally
The East Coast rappers have also announced a new LP called “Loud Is Not Enough.”
Public Enemy Confirmed to Play Bernie Sanders Rally in LA
Sarah Silverman and Dick Van Dyke will also be in attendance at the March 1 event.
PLAYLIST: Greys Soundtrack Their Own Cerebral Psych Cinema
The Toronto post-hardcore outfit tease their cinematic fourth album with a wildly diverse track list of influences.
The OG trip-hopper returns—with help from some Russian rappers.
In Conversation: Ice Cube Is Still Steady Mobbin’
Twenty-five years after he released one of the most controversial records in hip-hop history, the LA rapper-turned–family man has regrets—but not many.
POW!: Twelve Albums That Influenced “Check Your Head”
Great record collectors make great records. Uh, sometimes.
Run the Jewels, “Run the Jewels 3”
There is immense catharsis in Killer Mike and El-P’s appetite for destruction.
The Anti-America Cure: Patriotic Thrills That Won’t Endanger the Republic (or Your Soul)
Hot dogs, flags, and fireworks lose some of their appeal in light of the nativist hysteria gripping America at the moment, but this list will help you think America’s kind of great again.
“Dope” Brings the Noise
Rick Famuyiwa’s music-fueled indie drug comedy hits all the right notes.
Celebrate America’s Independence By Heading to Iceland for the Deafeningly Good ATP Iceland Festival
The Nordic music extravaganza goes down on July 2–4 in Keflavík.