Malcolm X passed away 50 years ago, but Hip-Hop has helped make sure that his message lives on.
Posts Tagged: Public Enemy
Will Kendrick Get Radical?
HOLLOW DA DON MEETS DON LENNON ON THE “I DON’T MAKE MUSIC, I BATTLE RAP” EP
Where are the black leaders in hip hop? A question that has been asked repeatedly within the last few months, and many still have no answer for. We all are aware of the recent incidents that have resulted in riots and protests around the country due to blatant injustice involving black men. This has left… Read more »
CORMEGA: LL COOL J SHOULD BE HEADLINING DEF JAM 30 CONCERT
DEF JAM CO-FOUNDERS RUSSELL SIMMONS & RICK RUBIN DISCUSS THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC ENEMY
PHARRELL PICKS SONGS FROM LAURYN, SNOOP, TRIBE, CLIPSE, MISSY & MORE TO APPEAR ON “NBA 2K15″ SOUNDTRACK
TERMINATOR X: I THINK THE SUBJECT MATTER OF MODERN RAP IS THE WORST IT’S EVER BEEN
K. DOT, SNOOP, PUBLIC ENEMY, PUSHA T, & DANNY BROWN ANNOUNCED AS PART OF PARKLIFE WEEKENDER FESTIVAL
FLAVOR FLAV CATCHES A BREAK IN COURT
CHUCK D TALKS JAY Z, MLK AND WHAT HIP-HOP NEEDS NOW
FLAVOR FLAV’S MOTHER, ANNA DRAYTON, DIES + FLAVOR FLAV SPEAKS ON HER DEATH
CHUCK D: BEING A N***A IS LIKE DROWNING IN BLOODY WATER
Nelson Mandela’s Strong Influence on Hip-Hop
At that point in time, 1988, rap had a solid foundation as a result of over a decade of groundwork. Additionally, the barriers that acts like Run DMC and the Beastie Boys had recently knocked down proved there was a market for this Bronx-born style of music. Real money and marketing efforts started being used… Read more »