The issue was so important to Fat Joe that he even took to Capitol Hill in April to advocate for Health Care prices to be more just and transparent. This was well before he started handing out his "Terror Squad" Air Force 1's too, so y'all know he was strictly business that day.
Rap legends Chuck D and Daddy-O have united to drop a new project called "Stop Self Destruction," over 30 years after the first "Self Destruction" song was released. The artists have partnered with the music label Opposition to bring forth the initiative.
Chuck D has been tapped by Audible to voice 'Songs That Shook the Planet.' The Public Enemy MC details songs that have had a tremendous impact on him and the globe in politically and socially relevant ways.
Chuck D of Public Enemy was on the defense yesterday, clarifying that he wasn't defending disgraced singer R. Kelly with a tweet he issued after Kelly was federally convicted of sex trafficking.
Hip-Hop icon Chuck D is letting it be known that injustice, oppression and the establishment are not the only things he’s a Public Enemy to—he’s also a soldier in the fight against colorectal cancer.
Even though Flavor Flav does not have the cleanest track record it seems his partner in rhyme is the one doing shady business. The world’s greatest hype man has something to say about Chuck’s recent explanation.
Chuck D and Flavor Flav seemingly have reconciled, but according to the frontman, the duo actually never broke up.
In a series of tweets, the man who put the hype in Hypeman responded to being given the boot from the iconic rap group he helped put on the map. Flav, like many, couldn't believe he would let Bernie Sanders of all things be the reason he was fired.
While Hip-Hop fans the world over are processing the ouster of Flavor Flav from Public Enemy, frontman Chuck D took to Twitter to issue some much-needed clarity on the situation. According to the veteran rapper, Flavor getting booted from the group has much less to do about Sen. Bernie Sanders as it does about the […]
Chuck D has had enough with messy daytime talk shows. He took to social media to shame two of the biggest culture vultures in the game.
Public Enemy frontman Chuck D is in the middle of a legal fight to regain the rights to the music he created as part of the longtime Hip-Hop collective. According to the suit, the Long Island, New York native claims the man he entered the deal with has been swindling him out of finances connected […]
It’s great to see that after all these decades Public Enemy’s Chuck D has still got that power fighting spirit in him. Last night the OG Hip-Hop icon took to Twitter to call out Donald Trump and even referred to him as “THE KING DEVIL” for considering closing the southern border to immigrant families trying to […]