HomageCollage: Public Enemy, “Fear of a Black Planet”

🔊💜Today, April 10, 1990, Public Enemy released their third studio album “Fear of a Black Planet.” The album peaked at no. 10 on the US Billboard 200, and spawned the black anthem ‘Fight the Power.’ The song, a production by The Bomb Squad, peaked at no. 20 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart.

Music Birthday: Flava Flav

🔊🥳Today, March 16, 1960, Flava Flav was born William Jonathan Drayton Jr. in Roosevelt, New York. Blessed to have recently received a 2020 Grammy’s Lifetime Achievement Award with Public Enemy, Flavia Flav has been 1 instrumental high energy in hip-hop. He helped Public Enemy produce 10 albums to chart the US Billboard 200, including the…

HomageCollage: Public Enemy, “Muse Sick-n-Hour Mess Age”

🔊❤️Today 1992 – Public Enemy released their fifth studio album “Muse Sick-n-Hour Mess Age,” which went to no. 14 on the US Billboard 200, and earned gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America by 1994 – Album has ‘Give It Up,’ their most successful single on the Hot 100 (no. 33).