Along with N.W.A., Public Enemy helped rappers become more vocal when delving into the depths of politics. With Chuck D at the helm, Public Enemy ballooned into the apex of mainstream when they released “Fight the Power.” In addition, he and Professor Griff provided clarity for those who needed the necessary to navigate in the world of hip hop. Unafraid of tapping into politics and using their voices, Public Enemy cemented themselves as one of the better groups in hip hop history. Don’t sleep on the veterans.
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