Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Public enemy skid row

  • As home to the largest homeless population in the country, Skid Row in downtown Los Angeles really is the most appropriate venue for hip-hop artists to make some noise about inequality.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • On Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday this past weekend, Public Enemy (PE) frontman Chuck D teamed up with Skid Row activist and former Hip-Hop producer, General Jeff, to present the first ever "Occupy Skid Row" Music Festival.
  • (allhiphop.com)
  • The Skid Row music festival has dwindled to include 4 acts, but will also include a variety of speakers and poetry.
  • (blogdowntown (blog))
  • See what he has to say Chuck D recently spoke about Public Enemys two new studio albums coming this year, the Operation: Skid Row charity festival and more.
  • (411mania.com)
  • Chuck D and Public Enemy, The Real McCoy, and reggae artist Arise Roots, will put on a free concert for the residents of Los Angeles' Skid Row district on Sunday, January 15.
  • (89.3 KPCC)
  • On January 15, Public Enemy is teaming up with Cypress Hill, King T, The Dogg Pound, Mellow Man Ace, Sir Jinx, Kid Frost, the L.A. Posse and The Egyptian Lover to give a free concert on L.A.'s Skid Row.
  • (allhiphop.com)
  • Last Friday, LA Weekly city chronicler Dennis Romero posted a preview item about "Occupy Skid Row," a free Sunday concert event in downtown LA organized by Public Enemy.
  • (Mediabistro.com)
  • Other performers include Chuck D and Public Enemy, Cypress Hill, Kurupt from The Dogg Pound along with a dozen or more (mostly old school Los Angeles) hip-hop acts will put on a free concert for the residents of Los Angeles desolate Skid Row district.
  • (Newsblaze.com)
  • Hip-hop legends Public Enemy may have been in the game for nigh on a quarter also announced plans to address journalists from LA's notoriously poor Skid Row.
  • (inthemix)

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