Wednesday, August 6, 2014

We Need More Public Enemy in today's music /PE 10 MOST IMPORTANT VIDEOS!

Some of us forgot what Hip Hop really stood for and some of us never understood  the culture of Hip Hop.  From the beginning of Hip Hop in the early 70's with pioneer groups like Grandmaster Flash & The Furious 5, Kurtis Blow, Afrika Bambaata, Kool Moe Dee & the Treacherous 3 to name a few, the songs had a message and some substance. We believed that those voices were speaking to the communities and teaching us something positive. From the era of the Run DMC and the LL Cool J songs they were positive messages.  This is not a history lesson on Hip Hop, but how many of us have really paid attention to Public Enemy messages in their music? 
After 25 years Public Enemy is still making great music and will continue to stand alone in their quest to not work for corp-plantations, but for themselves. Chuck D, the voice of the group continues to give us great songs that hold weight in music today.  From our viewpoint we decided to feature ten of Public Enemy's most important videos.
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Chuck D - Give We The Pride ft. Mavis Staples (Official Video) Brand New August 2014

 Public Enemy "Everything" [OFFICIAL VIDEO] featuring Gerald Albright and introducing Sheila Brody

Public Enemy - He Got Game 

 Public Enemy - Can't Truss It 

 Public Enemy - Black Steel In The Hour Of Chaos 

Bring The Noise - Public Enemy ( Original Video )

Fight The Power (Full Version) - Public Enemy
Public Enemy Don't Believe The Hype at Glastonbury 2013 


Public Enemy - Night Of The Living Baseheads

What is your top 10 Public Enemy Songs?  


  1. DEE-JAY 360's 10 PE Songs
    1. 911 Is A Joke
    2. Burn Hollywood Burn
    3. Brothers Gonna Work It Out
    4. Welcome To The Terror Dome
    5. Don't Believe The Hype
    6. Black Steel...
    7. Terminator X On The Edge Of Panic
    8. Rebel Without A Pause
    9. Night of The Living Baseheads
    10. Sohophisticated Bitch

  2. Actually, I may have to substitute "Fight The Power" for "Burn Hollywood Burn"...