Public Enemy’s “Can’t Truss It” is from their 1991 fourth album Apocalypse 91…The Enemy Strikes Back.  The group’s sound changed out of necessity for this album because the original productions were stolen. The Bomb Squad, Gary G Whiz and The Imperial Grand Ministers of Funk gave the group funk-oriented sonicsContinue Reading

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View this post on Instagram A post shared by Public Enemy (@publicenemy) Should Flavor Flav put his dislike of Bernie Sanders to the side and perform with the rest of Public Enemy at one of his rallies because as Chuck D has said it’s “not really an endorsement but aContinue Reading

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[youtube id=”ap0lCHfr7NA”]Flavor Flav’s “Unga Bunga Bunga” came from his 2006 self-titled solo album. The Public Enemy hype man had worked on his solo music for seven years releasing the first single, “Hot 1” in 1999. At the time of the album’s release Flavor Flav was popular because of the realityContinue Reading

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2. Do people really understand what Flavor Fav means when he makes the distinction between industry-driven rap records versus hip-hop music that reps the spirit of the whole culture? [youtube id=”P9TMA8TxJbs”] 3. Will Jay-Z’s critics give him any attention or credit for addressing America’s class problem during the Bill MaherContinue Reading

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