Joey Karate + Joe Rogan + Jon Bones Jones = Amazingly accurate Public Enemy quote

For those of you who have been growing up on a steady diet of Drake and Chris Brown (what Bloodstain Lane refers to as ‘Cupcake Rappers’), then you’re highly unaware of guys like DJ Premier, Afrika Bambaataa, Boogie Down Productions, EPMD, KRS-One, Main Source, Organized Konfusion, World Class Wreckin Crew, Pete Rock — basically the greatest hip-hop artists that have ever worn a pair of fresh Chuck Taylors on the face on the planet. Among those pioneers is Public Enemy, a group that politically changed the game of hip-hop so that guys like Justin Bieber can somehow make a living off something that was once relegated to street basketball courts and underground warehouses. I’m not saying Justin Bieber is hip-hop in anyway, but it’s not what I think — it’s what they think. In this Eddie Bravo clip, Joey Karate compares Jon Bones Jones rise to prominence to the third studio album of Public Enemy, and it all makes sense. Of course, it only makes sense if you’ve listened to the album nonstop since you were a kid. [Source]

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