On Tuesday (October 31), Flavor Flav addressed a person who tweeted their “dog” could have executed the song at a higher level.
You’ll want to watch this—trust us.
Inside sources tell AllHipHop Flav hasn’t seen his youngest son in over a year and a half, which is coincidentally when his new manager took over.
The Public Enemy legend’s son, Jordan Drayton, has released his first single, “Here Comes Halloween.”
Public Enemy’s Chuck D. and Flavor Flav are celebrating the release of their breakthrough album “It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back” to celebrate Hip-Hop’s 50th.
Hip-Hop celebrated its 50th anniversary on Friday (August 11) with a slew of block parties that touched every borough in New York City.
The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer also discusses playing a villain in his new movie.
“STOP THIS F###KING S###!”
The Public Enemy legend is doing some damage control after a misleading headline about his iconic clock went viral.
Roxanne Shante interviews the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer.
Miguel and TLC will represent R&B at the two-day event.
The track will live on Consequence’s forthcoming album, Nice Doing Business With You.
According to Chuck D, a young Tupac tried to prove his loyalty to Public Enemy by putting hands on a man who stole from the group.
Speaking to AllHipHop, Chuck D explained the Bring The Noise app will initially be available solely to people in their inner circle to try it out. Then, they can invite others before it’s officially available in the App Store.
On Thursday (February 9), the Juice Crew alum re-shared the throwback photo of DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, Public Enemy, Salt-n-Pepa, Slick Rick and Kid-n-Play to Instagram and wasn’t exactly in a celebratory mood.
At one point during the Def Jam founder’s conversation with 60 Minutes, he told Anderson Cooper, “I don’t have any technical ability and I know nothing about music.”
Public Enemy founder revealed how much they were harassed by the cops in their early days over their political stance. Read more!
Public Enemy frontman Chuck D explained why he would like to see all variations of the n-word banned from Twitter.
From B-Real of Cypress Hill and DMC to Eminem and Ice-T, Chuck D has enlisted several rap legends for “Fight The Power” series.
Public Enemy co-founder Chuck D has sold the publishing rights of a huge steak of his catalog to his longtime publisher, Reach Music.