The OG's of Protest Hip Hop Are Back, and Better Than Ever. Yeah, That's a Cliche. But This Time, It's True!
Chuck D has a new catchphrase. 'The Senior Circuit" applies to hip hop groups who have avoided trends in the rap game over the years in favor of building strong, reliable brands as live performers, album droppers, and crews. It's just part of the reason Public Enemy's brand new release, entitled Most of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear on No Stamp is just as bad ass as anything else they've ever released. You may consider this ass kissing my boss, but much like our own Hustler De Tuti Hustlers Paul Heyman, Public Enemy is 25 years into the game, and still relevant, if not more relevant than ever before.
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