Chuck D Recalls The Time In Which Public Enemy Used An Imposter In His Absence

HipHop News Posted on May 6, 2019 at 2:27am

Chuck D Recalls The Time In Which Public Enemy Used An Imposter In His Absence

#DXCLUSIVE: in Addition, the Public Enemy Radio conversations of the next Gods Of the Rap Tour.

North Hollywood, CA – Chuck D was the making of "Welcome To The Terrordome" with DJ Lord and the Bay Area MC/educator Jahi when the doors opened to the North of Hollywood where they were rehearsing.

The talent trifecta — collectively known as Public Enemy Radio — was preparing for the next Gods Of Rap Tour, which features Wu-Tang Clan, De La Soul and DJ Premier..centered-ad {

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With the P. E. lead vocalist of boom, the speaker's style of speech, Jahi unwavering passion for Hip-Hop, and the Lord is flawless of scratches, the newly formed trio sounds like they are ready to conquer the world with his revolutionary music, something that Chuck has been doing for the better part of three decades.

The Gods Of the Rap Tour starts Friday (May 10) in London, but one person will be noticeably absent — the inimitable Flavor Flav. However, that could change in the not-too-distant future.

"We are eager," Chuck told HipHopDX. "This is


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