Don't Rhyme for the Sake of Riddlin'
The Authorized Story of Public EnemyBook - 2008 | 1st American ed
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When it comes to politics and protest songs Public Enemy are the most respected hip-hop group and Chuck D it's most respected intellectual. Those who tire of the more hedonistic, materialistic stance, which much of the more of the more commercially successful hip-hop has taken, constantly look to Chuck and Public Enemy as the ideal of what rap music can do for the black community and race relations in general. Public Enemy are among the first hip-hop group who have enjoyed long fruitful careers. They are a band who cannot be ignored.
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