Public Enemy's Chuck D returned to his Long Island roots and served as principal for a day at Roosevelt Middle School.
Ice-T is adding festival promoter to his long list of job titles. The OG rapper announced the first ever Art Of Rap Festival that he and SiriusXM are partnering for this summer.
Straight Outta Compton has made the Hip-Hop world go stir crazy with biopic fever but that doesn’t mean the artists theirselves are eager to hop on the bandwagon.
Public Enemy, one of the most celebrated Hip-Hop acts of all time, made their mark in the late 1980s with their classic second album, It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back. For its 30th anniversary, Def Jam reissued deluxe editions of the album alongside the group’s potent third album, Fear Of A […]
Jay Electronica‘s on-again, off-again Twitter presence is always worth noting when he does decide to speak to the masses electronically. After not tweeting for a few months, Jay Electrolysis spoke on the Chuck D vs. Hot 97 issue, Lyor Cohen and more.
Brooklyn, more specifically Bed-Stuy, was the place to be Sunday for Spike Lee‘s block party to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his classic film, Do The Right Thing. Lee brought out all the big names, including an impromptu freestyle from Yasiin Bey, a performance from Public Enemy and much more.