Chuck D, the creative force behind Public Enemy, a founding father of rap, and one of the music scene's most boldly political and controversial figures, discusses his views on everything from rap and race to the state of the nation and the problems with politics. Candid, cogent, and in-your-face, this is a provocative examination of a multitude of complex social, racial, and artistic issues told in the rapper's unmistakable voice. Includes a16-page photo insert.

Fight the Power 1997, Delacorte Press, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780385318686

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