MMM: So Whatcha Gone Do Now? – Public Enemy

Milo here. It's rap, guns, drugs and money here at Stuff And That (four things we're *infamous* for) today, as we look at So Whatcha Gone Do Now?, the highly underrated third single from PE's 1994 record Muse Sick-N-Hour Mess Age. Check the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhKqsIe283c Following the trend of "whatcha"'s being indicative of great songs…Read more MMM: So Whatcha Gone Do Now? – Public Enemy

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SAT500: Best Hip-Hop Artist Of All Time

First up, a li'l apology for the delay for this article's posting, we been busy. Anyway, as a young, hip teen, you must know, I am deeply down with the rap music -- nothing gives me more pleasure than bumping to the latest Drake track. I'M JOKING, MATE. While I'd never listen to that fucking…Read more SAT500: Best Hip-Hop Artist Of All Time

SAT500: Best Song Of The 80s

We had the synths, we had the hair, we had the Shakin' Stevens. I mean, it was the gold standard of culture. Milo. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVyS9JwtFoQ Debaser - Pixies (1989) Fun fact, I thought that 1979's Rapper's Delight was 1980 -- imagine my shock and disappointment in myself. However, it ain't all bad because now this iconic…Read more SAT500: Best Song Of The 80s

SAT500: Best Album Of The 80s

With all this 80s revivalism goin' on right now, it's tough to remember that the decade was more than just neon and synths and, even though there was a lot of neon and synths, music came in big, bad and wonderful forms. Milo. The Number Of The Beast - Iron Maiden (1982) Right. If you…Read more SAT500: Best Album Of The 80s

Nothing Is Quick In The Desert – Public Enemy (2017) – Review

Whaddabrothaknow???? Milo here. Well, what a phat surprise! On the 30th anniversary of Public Enemy's debut smashYo! Bum Rush The Show (their best), the veteran political hip-hop group released a surprise free download for their new 14th studio record, Nothing Is Quick In The Desert. As a moderate-to-large-ish PE fan, and a HUGE fan of…Read more Nothing Is Quick In The Desert – Public Enemy (2017) – Review