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By Russell Myrie

Russell Myrie's do not Rhyme for the Sake of Riddlin' is the 1st licensed biography of Public Enemy, the key hip-hop team of all time. With unparalleled entry to the crowd, Myrie has carried out large interviews with Chuck D, style Flav, Terminator X, Professor Griff, and the Shock-lee Brothers, besides many others who shape part of Public Enemy's legacy. starting with the group's inception on big apple and dealing as much as the current day, Myrie writes with in-depth element in regards to the making of every seminal album, together with It Takes a country of thousands to carry Us again and their multi-million promoting album, worry of a Black Planet. Myrie delves into the debate sparked by means of Professor Griff's alleged anti-Semitic feedback, the complexities of PE's courting with the kingdom of Islam, the group's large crossover charm with white and substitute song audiences within the early nineties, and at last the unusual situations of taste Flav's re-emergence on truth television with exhibits resembling The Surreal existence and style of affection. lengthy looked by means of enthusiasts and different hip-hop musicians because the vital hip-hop act, Public Enemy exploded onto the scene within the overdue Nineteen Eighties in big apple urban with the discharge in their first album Yo! Bum Rush the convey. the combo of Public Enemy's politically unsleeping, brutally sincere lyrics--through which they offered undiluted black strength with extra variety and readability than have been found in hip-hop song before--and the cutting edge, experimental methods the "Bomb Squad" produced PE's paintings, ended in a strong new musical strength. With assistance from key gamers comparable to an rising Russell Simmons, Def Jam documents, and Rick Rubin, and buddies like theBeastie Boys, PE has now turn into legend as we close to the 20th anniversary in their landmark checklist It Takes a state of thousands to carry Us again.

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