Prophets of Rage Blast Trump White House in 'Hail to the Chief' Video"Don't let a new Fascism appear wanted normal or sane," wrote Chuck D regarding the new clip.
Chuck D Responds to Flavor Flav's Public Enemy Lawsuit"People can lighten up on Flav. It's his new mgt that vengefully felt that suing a 3rd party & connecting me was a good move for him #stupid."
Flavor Flav Sues Chuck D & Public Enemy Business PartnersThe hype man claims he hasn't received regular songwriting royalties for some time, despite writing credits on more than 50 songs.
Chuck D to Rock Hall: LL Cool J Should Be Inducted Before TupacHe compared LL to Elvis Presley and Little Richard.
Living Colour Release Cover of Notorious B.I.G.'s 'Who Shot Ya'Living Colour will release a new EP called 'Mixtape' on September 9, which will feature remixes of Living Colour version of “Who Shot Ya,
John Legend, Demi Lovato, Chuck D, Others React to Dallas Police Slayings"These Dallas shootings are horrific," tweeted John Legend. "Killing these officers is morally reprehensible and completely counterproductive to keeping us safe."
Kanye West, Joey Badass, Chuck D, Others React to Recent Police ShootingsJoey Badass and other hip-hop stars have voiced their outrage on social media following the police-shooting deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile.
Chuck D Says Artists Like Kanye West Have Turned Hip-Hop Into a DisgraceThe Public Enemy principal weighs in on the current state of hip hop.
Tom Morello Says Prophets of Rage are Working on New MusicMorello promises to "Ragify" the music of Cypress Hill and Public Enemy.
Prophets of Rage Play First Show, Set Includes Rage, Cypress Hill, P.E., Beastie BoysProphets of Rage played their first show last night, including songs by Rage Against the Machine, Cypress Hill and Public Enemy.
A$AP Ferg's Shares 'Crazy' New Tracklist"People can say what they want after this thing is out, but trust me, it's gonna be crazy.”
Chuck D Responds to OSCARS Opening and Closing with 'Fight The Power'"The song Fight The Power is beyond me & the crew. The point of the song is a call to making change eventually not just applauding the thought."