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Chuck D: Man Plans God Laughs

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On the song “Louder Than a Bomb” from the groundbreaking 1988 album It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold us Back, Public Enemy front man Chuck D rhymes, “…I give you what you lack/Come right and exact/Our status is … Continue reading

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Chuck D: The Black in Man (Part 2)

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In Part 1 of The Real Hip-Hop’s discussion with Public Enemy’s front-man, Chuck D, he blessed us with stories of the late Jam Master Jay, gave us a glimpse into the making of Ice Cube’s first solo album, and provided background … Continue reading

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Chuck D: The Black in Man

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For nearly three decades Chuck D has consistently expanded the boundaries of how Hip-Hop music is perceived, created, sold, and heard. A true visionary and champion for Hip-Hop, the founder of Public Enemy continues to add on to his legacy … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Chuck D (Part 2)

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In part 1 of The Real Hip-Hop’s conversation with Chuck D, the P.E. front man discussed the group’s seminal album, It Takes A Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back and his digital distribution company SPITdigital. In part 2 of … Continue reading

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A Conversation with Chuck D

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What more can be said about Chuck D? He’s an emcee, a songwriter, producer, author, innovator, and now he’s a Hall of Famer. Chuck D and Public Enemy will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame this … Continue reading

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