Public Enemy

Terminator X Returns With ‘Judgement Day’
Terminator X made his mark on hip-hop as one of the founding members of Public Enemy, and after years of retirement, he's ready to return to the scene. The South Carolina resident is prepping the release of a new compilation album 'Judgment Day,' intended as a tribute to the five pill…
‘Copyright Criminals’ Doc Examines Sampling in Hip-Hop
As hip-hop grew into a legitimate genre that sold millions of albums, a battle developed between producers sampling old records and copyright holders that tried to stop the flow of music. A documentary film entitled 'Copyright Criminals' explores this clash between sampling and the law...
Elvis Gets Hip-Hop Remix on New Album
Hip-hop's relationship with Elvis Presley has come a long way since Chuck D claimed he "never meant s--- to me." While few touched Elvis' work back in the golden age of sampling, a new remix record tries to imagine what it would be like if Elvis was remixed to some hard b…
Flavor Flav to Appear on Bowling Show
Public Enemy rapper/reality TV star Flavor Flav is set to appear on a new television show showcasing his bowling talents. Yes, bowling.
The show, 'Stars and Strikes,' pairs Flav and other entertainers with audience members in a competition based on the success of their celebrity partner...
New Public Enemy Single is a Birthday Tribute to Chuck D
Chuck D has long been one of hip-hop's godfathers, but things are turning a bit more official as he just turned 50-years old at the beginning of August. In response, there's a new Public Enemy single that pays tribute to Chuck and other group members nearing their half-century mark...
Chuck D Pens New Anti-Arizona Immigration Law Anthem
Arizona's new Immigration Law has caused a major stir amongst the American people. Several hip-hop artists have expressed their frustrations about it, but Public Enemy frontman Chuck D has stepped up and recorded a new track called 'Tear Down That Wall' to voice his personal dismay fo…
Chuck D Condemns Arizona Immigration Law in New Song
On Friday, April 23, Arizona's governor Jan Brewer signed a controversial new law, which will require immigrant residents to carry documents verifying their immigration status. The law gives police officers the right to question any person about his or her status if any "reasonable sus…

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