Old School Flashback With Late Wishes For A Happy Born Day To Chuck D!
Chuck D, the founder and 1/2 of the MCs in the greatest conscious/message Hip-Hop crew of all time. Public Enemy, (yeah, I said it - after about 20+ years, other MCs in that realm still haven't been able to make an album anywhere near as great musically as Fear of a Black Planet and It Takes A Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back) is now 48 years old since this past Friday.
Here are five of our favorite music and interview videos with Chuck D that folks over here at BlackRadioIsBack.com and the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast pulled out to commemorate the celebration - hope you all enjoy!
Public Enemy - By The Time I Get To Arizona (* side eyes Senator John McCain and others who opposed the Martin Luther King Holiday before and during the time this was song was created *)
Kool Moe Dee Feat. Chuck D & KRS-One - Rise And Shine
Public Enemy - He Got Game (from the Spike Lee movie of the same name - a terribly slept on Hip-Hop movie soundtrack done by Public Enemy with their original production crew, The Bomb Squad)
Public Enemy feat. Ice Cube & Big Daddy Kane - Burn Hollywood Burn
RapProject.TV Interview With Chuck D About Public Enemy & CNN's Viewpoint on Hip-Hop
DJ Fusion is a short, above average looking Black-American female DJ, writer and photographer in her 30s that's originally from the Prince Georges County, MD and now going back and forth between New Jersey and the DMV (DC/MD/VA). Since 1998, she's been doing the syndicated radio show, The FuseBox Radio Broadcast, which brings the best of Black Music from all over the world along with news, interviews and commentary. Check out what's happening with the syndicated FuseBox Radio Broadcast at our official website, http://www.FuseBoxRadioOnline.com!