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In the thirty years since it was created, Public Enemy's man in the crosshairs logo has become almost as memorable and iconic as Public Enemy's music.

Armed with his guitar, the former Nirvana drummer and current Foo Fighters frontman took position and launched the night into the revolutionary MC5 classic anthem “Kick Out the Jams”.

Today is the 50th birthday of the Public Enemy who speaks with his hands, DJ Terminator X.

It’s been over 30 years since the group’s humble beginnings in the not-too-distant Long Island, New York.

Living Colour announced a separate project to address rising outbreaks of police brutality and domestic violence.

Chuck met with The Guardian to discuss his three decades in the music industry and his work with new supergroup Prophets of Rage.

Supergroup Prophets of Rage, which features Chuck D and DJ Lord, have announced their first EP, entitled "The Party's Over."

Nine years ago, Public Enemy released "Harder Than You Think," the third single off of their tenth studio album.

On this day in 2007, Comedy Central hosted The Roast of Flavor Flav.

The original "Quarter to Three," performed by Gary US Bonds and Gene "Daddy G" Barge, was a #1 hit in 1961.

Public Enemy is inarguably one of the most iconic and influential hip hop groups in music history, so it's no surprise to see people...

“They’re the best in the world. I’m the weakest link. I’ve never been part of something where I can play second fiddle.”

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