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25 years ago today, Public Enemy performed on Saturday Night Live, signaling that PE's music and political message had achieved a new level of mainstream attention.

Public Enemy joined a group of musicians, artists, celebrities, and politicians in Washington DC this weekend to celebrate the opening of the Smithsonian Institute's new National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Bring That Beat Back represented a mix of old and new for Public Enemy, as the band rallied against a renewal of the politics that originally spurred them to rage.

Every song bears its own distinct history, from the stories woven within words and verses, to the intent crafted behind every beat and rhythm.

Debuting on this day back in 1991, Public Enemy added yet another ground-shaking single onto their daunting repertoire.

Terry Crews, the former NFL linebacker now best known for his acting work in comedies like Brooklyn 99 and White Chicks, recently showed some love for Public Enemy's classic "Fight The Power" on Spike TV's Lip Sync Battle.

“We call him Vietnam because he’s always wearing these dark shades that make him look like he just come from the Vietnam War"..

This was their first compilation album, featuring six new songs, and six remixes, which quickly stirred mixed responses.

You don’t have to be an avid music collector to be familiar with records donning the title “Greatest Hits”

Moutain View, California—Audiences witnessed another fearless statement from rap-rock supergroup Prophets of Rage

They say a picture can easily be worth over a thousand words; Cliché as it sounds, I simply can’t help but agree

Public Enemy has been given the honor of performing at the opening ceremonies for the Smithsonian's new National Museum of African American History.

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