Kinda sounds like a new quirky sitcom, doesn’t it?
Spike Lee set the scene for Public Enemy’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame.”I was writing a movie. I had a character, Radio Raheem. He was playing a boombox, he was always playing the same thing.”
Twenty years ago, in 1991, the 33rd annual GRAMMY Awards were in New York City, home to one of the most influential rap groups of all time, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Public Enemy[/lastfm]. For the third year in […]