Public Enemy’s Chuck D Discusses Being 1 of the 1st Internet Rap Artists (Video)

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Public Enemy are often cited as being lyrical and sonic pioneers. However, their trend-setting career moves are sometimes overlooked. Chuck D speaks to HardKnock TV about the group being one of the first major label Rap acts to go independent and embrace the Internet as the distribution platform of the future, way back in 1999…Check out the video.

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