This is going to be BEYOND EPIC! It’s basically a music nerd’s wet dream. (Too much?) But there are no words that anyone can muster to really and truly talk about the full impact of Public Enemy on Hip Hop music and culture. They’re probably the most important Hip Hop act of all time, and even THAT’S an understatement to be honest.
Originally posted on AllHipHop.com:
(AllHipHop News) The iconic Hip-Hop group Public Enemy was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this year, and the native New Yorkers celebrated the accomplishment by headlining a star-studded concert. Luckily for fans the event was captured on tape.
Rebels Without A Pause-The Induction Celebration of Public Enemy Into The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame commerates P.E. becoming only third rap act to be enshrined in the prestigious music hall that also houses legendary performers like Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five, Run-DMC, James Brown, Ray Charles, and Marvin Gaye.
The film was directed by Jason Bergh who also produced the Wu-Tang: Revealed documentary in 2007. Rebels Without Pause was tapped at the West Hollywood House of Blues a few days before the Rock Hall induction ceremony and features appearances by Doug E. Fresh, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, Kool Moe Dee, Dee Barnes, Eddie Murphy, Russell Simmons, and others.
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