Tag: Public Enemy

Music, Popdose Profiles

Popdose Profile: King G & the J Krew Celebrate “Humpback’s” 25th Anniversary

Twenty-five years ago today, the beat was born. It was the sound of young adults from Louisville – a sprawling collection of...

Music, Popdose Lists

The Popdose 100: The Greatest Protest Songs of All Time

Can a song change the world? Popular music has always been looked on as something of a disposable pleasure: reflective of its times, sure,...


Prince: A Remembrance

On what would have been Prince's 58th birthday, Jeff Hall pays extended tribute to the great one's music, film and life....

Lost Together with Matt Wardlaw, Podcast

Lost Together with Matt Wardlaw, Episode 11: Ian Astbury

Ian Astbury takes us inside the career of the Cult and Hidden City, their latest album....

Music, The Friday Five

The Friday Five: March 14, 2014

It's the Friday Five! Shuffle through five random tracks from your library and share it with the Popdose community....

Bottom Feeders, Music

Bottom Feeders: The Ass End of the ’90s, Vol. 72

Two of the best artists of all time show up - PM Dawn and Prince. ...


King of the Mic: The Hip-Hop Tour of My Dreams Arrives!!

LL. PE. Cube. De La. On the same bill. *EXPLOSION!!!!!*...


bLISTerd Presents: The 100 Greatest Rap Albums Of All Time (Part 9)

It's all about the Wu as we close in on the top 10 of our rap list. Where do hit albums by Raekwon and GZA land?...


bLISTerd Presents: The 100 Greatest Rap Albums Of All Time (Part 6)

Public Enemy, Ice Cube, and BDP kick off the second half of our list of the 100 greatest rap albums of all time....


bLISTerd Presents: The Greatest Rap Albums of All Time (Part Four)

A veritable coruncopia of white rappers shows up in this installment of the greatest rap albums of all time. Plus-The Roots, OutKast and...

Desert Island Discs, Music, Popdose

Desert Island Discs with Slightly Stoopid

Slightly Stoopid's DeLa takes time from promoting the band's new album to give us a soulful list of Desert Island Discs....


Music, Popdose Flashback '90

Popdose Flashback ’90: Sonic Youth, “Goo”

Though Sonic Youth are the quintessential indie rock group, they actually spent 18 years on a major label. Michael Fortes looks back at the...


Music, Popdose Flashback '90

Popdose Flashback ’90: Public Enemy, “Fear of a Black Planet”

Twenty years after this Public Enemy classic was released, Mike Heyliger reflects on its legacy -- and laments mainstream hip-hop's turn...


Current Events, Film, Music, Sugar Water

Sugar Water: Black and/or White

Writer-director Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing opened in theaters on June 30, 1989. “White people still ask me why Mookie threw...


Mix Six, Music

Mix Six: “Guns! Guns! Guns!”

DOWNLOAD THE FULL MIX HERE Okay, Mix Six fans, if you’re also a reader of the Pop Politico posts you’ll know that I’m not...