Chuck D Links With Mavis Staples Of The Staple Singers To Groove (Video)

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Both Public Enemy and The Staple Singers have made uplifting jams for the people of their audience. Whether it’s “Don’t Believe The Hype” or “Respect Yourself,” Chuck D and Mavis Staples made timeless songs of hope, truth, and unification.

On Mistachuck’s new self-released EP, The Black In Man, he teamed with the Grammy Award-winning 75 year-old R&B/Gospel/Soul singer, who is strongly involved in Civil Rights. The pair made “Give We The Pride,” which is a homogenous blend of Soul, Rap, and a timeless break beat backdrop.

Note the video includes some legendary labels like Chess Records in the backdrop, Willie Dixon’s Blues Garden, and more landmarks of Black music.

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