Chuck D is a hip-hop legend. (part 2 of the interview)
Chuck D redefined a genre when Public Enemy first arrived in the late 80s and developed a sound that became a blueprint for hip-hop, inspiring the many that followed afterwards.
In the Noise11.com interview Chuck pays his respects to Adam Yauch of Beastie Boys and refers to Run DMC as The Beatles to their Stones.
He talks about Public Enemy’s two new albums ‘Most Of Our Heroes Don’t Appear On A Stamp’ and ‘The Evil Empire of Everything’.
And then there is Chuck D, the businessman, the entrepreneur who worked the new world of technology while the general thinking in the music industry was try and shut it down.
Chuck D has made a remarkable contribution to music, technology and business.
Noise11’s Paul Cashmere gets the Chuck D story direct from Chuck D.