Chuck D is the founder of and lead rapper for Public Enemy, which has a fan base of over twenty million people, and is considered one of the pioneers of Rap music. Aside from his work with the "Rock the Vote" campaign, for which he was honored with the Patrick Lippert Humanitarian Award, he recently signed on as a reporter for Fox News Channel. He also acted in his first film, An Alan Smithee Film--Burn, Hollywood, Burn. A new Public Enemy album will be released in late 1997.
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Format: Trade Paperback, 288 pages
Publisher: Delta On Sale: September 8, 1998 Price: $19.00
Fight the Power examines a multitude of complex social, racial and artistic issues.
Frontman for the politically-minded, and commercially successful, rap group Public Enemy, rapper Chuck D discusses the role of heroes and role models in the black community, Hollywood's negative images of blacks, the effect of gangsta rap, its images...
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