In the Name of Hip-Hop: Celebrating 25 Years of Public Enemy

Twenty-five years after their debut album dropped, the hip-hop collective is back with two new albums, a chart-topping single, and an impending induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. To mark the occasion, TIME takes a look back at the legacy of one of hip-hop’s greatest acts

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PaulMilam
PaulMilam

IT"S BEEN 30 YEARS!!! Do the math....2012 minus 1982 = the reason Time is no longer relevant.....

rsashep
rsashep

Meh, I never understood rap, even supposed "classics" like Tupac and Public Enemy. It's literally talking over a synthesized beat. That's it. I know I'm going to get a ton of comments criticizing this, but I really don't think you have a leg to stand on. Playing an instrument and singing with a vocal range takes far more talent. Period.

gmc
gmc

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