If you know anything about Public Enemy‘s LP Fear of A Black Planet, you’ll understand it had such an extraordinary influence on hip-hop, it’s since been compared to the impact made by the works of Bob Dylan, George Clinton and Bob Marley. PE’s 3rd album came out at the dawn of the 1990s, inspiring anyone with revolutionary sentiments to “Fight the Power” and endorsing a new sense of consciousness withi the African-American community. Musically, it was remarkably hard-hitting and eccentric – so the fact that the band has dedicated this entire show on September 8th to that legendary album should make for a brilliant night out in London, and one you’ll certainly be buzzing about a week later. Not to be missed.
[stextbox id=”custom”]The Forum, 9-17 Highgate Road London NW5 1JY Tube: Kentish Town For further info and to buy tickets, click here [/stextbox]