Every artist that ever raised their voice in anger hoped they could change the world in some small way. 

Brother's gonna work it out. Chuck D & me back in the day.

Brother's gonna work it out. Chuck D & me back in the day.

When Public Enemy released "It Takes A Nation of Millions To Hold Us Back" in 1988 it couldn't have dreamed that the impact of it's sonic manifesto would still be felt 26 years on.

As part of the Presentation Night "Viny Series", here's my take on why Public Enemy remain the true kings of Hip Hop. 

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