Chuck D says, “Folks gotta vote like their lives depend on it, cause it does.”
Public Enemy, D’Angelo, Killer Mike, and Childish Gambino tracks have as well.
Commemorating the release of the new documentary, Beastie Boys Story.
Plus, Flavor Flav claims he’s “not a part of your hoax,” despite featuring on the LP.
It was just an orchestrated ruse to promote their new collaborative project.
Artist and musicians from all walks of life find themselves drawn to Sanders’ grassroots message.
Flavor Flav was fired following a public spat over Public Enemy’s participation in a Bernie Sanders rally.
Hours before the performance, Chuck D fired Flavor Flav from Public Enemy.
Chuck D and Flavor Flav recently got into a spat over Public Enemy’s participation in a Bernie Sanders campaign rally.
Flavor Flav says Sanders’ campaign is misrepresenting Public Enemy’s appearance, as only co-founding member Chuck D. will be appearing.
Yet another high-profile musical act has backed the Democratic candidate.
As well as Isaac Hayes, John Prine, Chicago, and Sister Rosetta Tharpe.