There’s a new Public Enemy CD hitting the streets tomorrow.
If, like me, you were hardly aware of last year’s Public Enemy joint, then I’ve got news: Download.com recently made three of those 2006 tracks available as FREE MP3s. Click here to cop.
The 2006 CD was a collaboration with Paris, the Bay Area radical who always flew his P-Funk flag high. Listening to these tracks, it’s like PE and Paris’s brand of “conscious” hip-hop is now as old-fashioned and quaint as George’s Mothership or the BPP’s Ten Point Plan. If you dig it, you’re probably middle-aged.
The track I recommend is “Rise.” For a pre-listen, you can click here and spin it on my Vox audio stash.