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Posted by Versatile Onochie on Monday, July 16, 2012 Under: Music Video Review
Review by Versatile

Public Enemy one of the pioneers of real rap. The group that helped bring conscious lyrics to the forefront are back with another song "I Shall Not Be Moved" taken from their new album "Most Of My Heroes Don't Appear On Stamps" which was released 13th July 2012.  

Where do I start with this video which was directed by  Directed by David CSnyder Video Produced by Carl RyderDavid C. Snyder & Maura Snyder. What I appreciate about the video is how it is as things has time in Hip Hop has not changed. In the visuals you see images of historic monumental pieces and there was one thing that caught my eye. I would rather you watch and see if you see what I see. For all real hip hop fans/supporters the sound is late 80's early 90's the original sound the public first heard with Public Enemy. Flava Flav doing what he does best which is the hype-man. But most importantly the lyrics, which you can see under the description, just too real. I am not one for caring about the number of views but if this could get over 1 million views then all that commercial (c)-rap and I will say no names. As they don't deserve to be mentioned in the same posts as living legends. Let's support properly by downloading the actual single and album. 


In : Music Video Review 

Tags: "public enemy" "chuck d" "i shall not be moved" "most of my heroes don't appear on stamps" 


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