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MOST OF MY HEROES DON'T APPEAR ON ANY STAMP
Posted by Versatile Onochie on Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Under: Album Review
Review by Versatile
Public Enemy are back with a brand new album and in fact they will release another in September. Let me focus on "Most of My Heroes Don't Appear On Any Stamps". For any fan of music that speaks from the soul you would appreciate this album. Most of all Hip Hop supporters that have been left to witness the destruction of our culture in the mainstream would be extremely happy.
Chuck D one of the most powerful voices in Hip Hop comes once again with subjects that are relevant. On some tracks they mention names/their heroes and I have learnt. This is what Public Enemy are good at they give you that powerful message through music. The sound which I feel is important as well is similar to what they came with in 80's and 90's. It makes you want to into b-boying another element of the Hip Hop Culture.
I can sit here and write which individual tracks I like but in all honesty I like all. Very inspiring for any age group and any racial background. Some tracks features Brother Ali, and Large Professor and more. This is what I call Real Hip Hop. I would give the album 5 out 5 a must buy. Grab your copy from their website
I SHALL NOT BE...
"public enemy" "chuck d" "dj lord" "professor griff" "flava flav" "most of my heroes dont appear on any stamps" "hip hop" "real hip hop"
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