‘Goo’ challenged the idea of what a mainstream rock album could be without sacrificing the experimentalism that earned Sonic Youth a devoted cult following.
The book is set to be released in November.
Other artists featured include Boyz II Men, Brandie Carlile, Steven Van Zandt, and more.
An album beyond compare, ‘Fear Of A Black Planet’ found Public Enemy issuing calls for a survivable lifestyle amid tremendous pressure… Sound familiar?
‘What’s Within Us’ explores the essence of Black music: its impact on culture, humanity, art, and as a powerful force for change.
The track honors baseball legends such as Lour Brook who sadly passed away in 2020.
The animated ‘Public Enemy Number Won’ follows the group’s latest album.
The project includes contributions from Lenny Kravitz, Stevie Wonder, Chuck D, Black Thought, and more.
The song comes off the group’s latest album, ‘What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?’
The track is from the group’s new album ‘What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?’ out now on Def Jam.
Furious yet thought-provoking, Prophets Of Rage’s debut album took no prisoners, offering a shot of adrenaline for the body politic in uncertain times.
In their historic return to Def Jam Recordings, the group’s new album will feature the Beastie Boys, Nas, George Clinton, among many others.
If 'Threads' is Crow's final full-length work, as she has suggested, then it's a remarkable closing statement.
“Public Enemy songs are forever sonic prints in the sands of time. And it’s time – it’s necessary – to bring the noise again from a place called home.”
The Colorado art exhibit pays tribute to Public Enemy and their pioneering third album, which turned 30 this year.