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You can’t beat the classics and the classics never die.

Chuck D's Adelphi University graduation picture from 1984.

Chuck has frequently cited Eric B. & Rakim's first single, the innovative "Eric B. Is President"

The PE Family Salutes Arrested Development Today on the 25th Anniversary of “3 Years, 5 Months & 2 Days In The Life Of...”

These groups were instrumental in helping to define the style and sound of hip hop culture in the 80's...

Legendary musicians Marvin Gaye, Al Green, Stevie Wonder, Isaac Hayes, and Barry White.

Chuck D attained quite the extensive ethos for himself as Public Enemy's frontman.

Chuck D takes his stand alongside a team of over 100 worldwide superstars...

It’s already been two decades since Chuck D released his debut solo album, “The Autobiography of MistaChuck.”

Well if that’s the case, here’s a vintage snapshot of cassette tapes straight out of hip-hop’s Golden Age. They say that you can’t beat the classics, and I couldn’t agree more.

“Back in the dayz, on your with u I learned so much from what u did and how u did it,” - Tupac

This day in hip-hop pays tribute to the timeless Blues and Rock n' Roll singer, songwriter, guitar player, and overall music legend, Chuck Berry, who passed on March 18th at age 90.