Public Enemy | Hell No, We Ain't All Right
In the aftermath of Katrina, Public Enemy frontman Chuck D (and omnipresent clockwearing sidekick Flavor Flav) recorded this thought-provoking track commenting on the situation in the Gulf Coast. Interspersed with soundbites from New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, the two address topics like racism and classism while lambasting that "Son of a Bush" and the war in Iraq. Hard-hitting hip-hop from outspoken orators. - BWinning

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