Hip-hop legends Public Enemy have dropped a new video clip for their single ‘I Shall Not Be Moved’ from their twelfth album.
The icons drop two new albums this year: Most Of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear On No Stamp and The Evil Empire Of Everything.
Most Of My Heroes…has just been released on iTunes and features production work from Z-Trip and guest spots from Bumpy Knuckles, Brother Ali, and DMC. Evil Empire… will be released in September.
They said in a press release about ‘I Shall Not Be Moved’ that the song “addresses this climate of NOW where the pimping of the masses has run overboard. The mind control of political dogma, the rejection and hiding of history, the fallacy of fame, injustice system, the radiation of reality TV, environmental injustices, the new whirl odor and its ignorance of real conditions and most of all the millennium attention span.”
Noise11 spoke to Public Enemy’s main man Chuck D when he was in Australia this year and you can watch both parts of the extended interview below the clip.