Public Enemy feat. Brother Ali, “Get Up Stand Up”

Nothing fits Chuck D’s gruff better than some Clyde Stubblefield-esque drums, though Brother Ali’s mellower church pulpit enunciations adds a nice counterbalance. Off of PE’s just released new album, Evil vs. Heroes.

posted: March 12th, 2013, 1:47am


Hip-Hop History: Public Enemy - So Whatcha Gone Do Now

Power messages from Public Enemy off 1995’s Muse Sick-n-Hour Mess Age. Watch


PE 2.0 - What They Need

​The new manifestation of originators Public Enemy, PE 2.0 features Oakland’s Jahi infusing new energy into a powerful legacy. This video release from People… Watch


R.A. The Rugged Man feat. Brother Ali, Masta Ace, “The Dangerous 3”

​R.A., ever the film buff, finds an unlikey (but dope) set of help to assist in him recreating a few gangster movie scenes. Off of his latest album Legends… Watch


Brother Ali, “Work Everyday”

​Brother Ali is back on the grind, specifically back making videos for tracks from his last release. Here’s a 70’s soul-inspired track from himself and… Watch


Brother Ali, “Fajh” Live on KEXP

Brother Ali, along with his backup band Blank Tape Beloved, performs a few choice cuts from his recently released Mourning in America and Dreaming in Color in… Watch

The Dash

Public Enemy to be inducted into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced yesterday that Chuck D, Flava Flav, DJ Terminator X, Professor Griff, and the rest of Public Enemy will be inducted into… Read