Rap icons Public Enemy release new album, "Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear On No Stamp," on iTunes today.
Earlier this week P.E. debuted the hypnotic video for "I Shall Not Be Moved," their new album's first hard-hitting single [written by Chuck D & Gary G-Wiz]. The clip (below), directed by David C. Snyder, features Chuck & Flavor Flav joined by dancers The Get Down Gang and the always dynamic Sodda Pop Kid.
Today, legendary Rap/Hip-Hop group Public Enemy release their latest LP joint, Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear On No Stamp, on iTunes!
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Fans of Hip-Hop, Chuck D and supporting grassroots talent already know to catch Chuck's sensational radio show, AndYouDontStop!, tonight. Will you be tuning-in? Chuck's weekly Audio Magazine series airs tonight and every Friday night from 8-10pm on 99.5 FM NYC (radio) and RAPstation (online). Preview tonight's battle plan here and make sure to follow Chuck D, RAPstation, AndYouDontStop!, and HipHopGods on twitter to stay informed and in the loop.
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