Russell Myrie Don't Rhyme For The Sake Of Riddlin' book
It's strange that an 'official' attempt at the Public Enemy story in print form has taken this long and that it is by a UK writer on a Scottish press. There is a rich, insightful and detailed story here showing the huge team effort that is / was Public Enemy written with a fan's passion. It's a decent sized book but still begs the question – there must have been more stories to tell? It places them in their slot in the hip hop history timeline (as challengers / peers / influences / students at various times) as they have been doing it since 'day'.
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