Two New Albums For Public Enemy?
Public Enemy plans to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its recording career by performing not only their legendary tracks but they will also be performing new music.
Chuck D confirmed the group is in the process of finishing up a two new albums planned for this year -- "Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear on No Stamp" during the summer and "The Evil Empire of Everything" in the fall.
The new music will add to Public Enemy's silver anniversary. From inviting audience members to the stage and performing rap battles, to story telling their history from the beginning at Def Jam, Public Enemy are born entertainers, More performances included Can’t Truss It, Miuzi Ways a Ton and He Got Game. All just a taste of what took place on tour of Australia, Chuck D says he acknowledges the global impact the group has had since "Yo! Bum Rush the Show" came out.
Public Enemy continues its celebration on May 27 at the Movement Electronic Music Festival in Detroit and is also booked at the Heineken Open'er Festival on July 6 in Gdynia, Poland.
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