Public Enemy

Flavor Flav may have reinvented himself to this reality television generation but he broke into hip-hop as the world’s greatest hypeman backing up Chuck D’s political content with kooky dances, wild antics and a voice that was all his own.

Public Enemy was a group constructed to combine the hard edge of RunDMC with social commentary. Their relationship with Louis Farrakhan, and some controversy over anti-Semitic statements landed the group in hot water in the 90’s.

Although “Fight The Power” was a massive hit, they still remain Unsung.

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