The 12-track collection comes on the heels of their debut EP, The Party’s Over
“With [Prophets of Rage], I know there hasn’t been a lineup this significant in its combination of rap, rock, and turntablism,” said Public Enemy’s Chuck D. in a recent interview with The Undefeated. “So this record is a reflection of the challenge that we experienced in getting together and pulling it off. I think we met that challenge.”
Leading up the album’s release, Prophets of Rage shared several potent teaser tracks offering social commentary about the world today: “Unfuck the World”, “Living on the 110”, and “Radical Eyes”. Via consequenceofsound.net
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