"Days after Public Enemy frontman Chuck D confirmed a new Public Enemy album was on the way, the revolutionary Hip Hop group has decided to drop it six days ahead of its original release date. Titled Nothing is Quick in the Desert (Except Death), the 13-track project bursts with social commentary on everything from reality television to weapons of mass distraction (i.e. internet, phones, TV).", reports HipHopDX.com.
"From a Belgian stage, where Chuck D is playing with his supergroup Prophets of Rage, he offered a few words on the early release, likening it to “the football term of the quarterback sneak.” This year also happens to mark Public Enemy’s 30th anniversary as a group.", writes HipHopDX.com.
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