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4 out of 5 stars because --

— I love me my Chuck D. but am annoyed at him rapping about how other rappers have nothing to say. Do you have ANY idea how many songs Chuck and PE have written on this subject? It’s like watching a stripper tell you how ugly all other women are WHILE not taking any clothes off.

MistaChuck: where’s the songs about Obama (good or disappointed)? The Flea Party? Songs about white dudes trying to take the ‘rape’ out of a rape?

We need your views and anthems on these subjects — instead of being told how bad pop rap is.

Chuck D

We need to continue to support great classic rap . This is a great CD

Great Album !!! ; )

Great Album to vibe too

Biography

Born: August 1, 1960 in Queens, New York, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As the founder of Public Enemy, Chuck D. is one of the most colossal figures in the history of hip-hop, not to mention its most respected intellectual. He redefined hip-hop as music with a message, and his strident radicalism ushered in an era when rap was closely scrutinized for its content; although rap's primary concerns have changed over the years, its status as America's most controversial art form has only gotten stronger since Public Enemy hit the scene. Chuck D. was born Carlton Douglas Ridenhour...
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