Remember when rap videos had an actual message? Remember when the videos sort of matched what the artist was trying to convey in the song? This video hits the mark in both ways. Not only is it the best rap video ever in my opinion, it is also one of the funniest videos ever. No million dollar budget, no ho's with no clothes, no blinding special effects, no children put into compromising situations...just simply a great video. Public Enemy were and still are the best. The noisy beats, Chuck D's voice, the militant theme..these guys were brilliant. Even the new-found coontastical popularity of Flavor Flav won't tarnish my image of this group. Ah, the good old days!
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