John Lepp
& Chuck D. - Well considering you have him next to Pete Seeger, it should be obvious.
Parry Mudhar
Public Enemy was, still is and forever will be a group that challenges all to live our lives with DIGNITY and RESPECT. Not only do they do this with an IN YOUR FACE approach, but do it with a style that crosses all boundaries.
Jason Turner
Chuck D. - This group was so influential bringing to light the struggles of inner-city African American life, racism, & drugs though their Hip-Hop voice that they were targeted by the FBI. Even though radio refused to play them.
Ben Smith
Their music empowered a new generation of hip hop artists to break into the music industry and address racial problems directly.