Public Enemy's Chuck D: Yeah, I voted in the 2012 election
R Atiba Motta, David Reeves, Flavor Flav, S1W Pop Diesel, DJ Lord, Chuck D, S1W James Bomb, Professor Griff, Khari Wynn, S1W Mike Williams Rap music is an omnipresent sound in the country's earbuds today because acts like Public Enemy refused to fold.
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#1 Dec 6, 2012
"Did you vote, and were you hesitant to do so?
Yes, I voted. I have no hesitation. People have died and struggled, black people especially, for the right to air their views in this country. I have a lot of issues that this country needs to deal with."
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