Public Enemy

By Paul Glanting

 

         Hip Hop came into prominence by empowering the individual, allowing the artists to explicate and amplify themselves to appear favorable. Consequently, Hip Hop developed a tendency to restrict its artists’ concerns essentially to themselves, forcing them to ignore the external world. Public Enemy sought to change these conventions; armed with a militant and selfless mentality- an anomaly within Hip Hop- Public Enemy brought empowering anthems which urged black youth to challenge the status quo and snatch a sense of self... Read More

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