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Public Enemy (feat. DMC) - "RLTK" | Takin' Mines
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Public Enemy (feat. DMC) – “RLTK”
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Classic hip-hop comes together as Public Enemy and Run-D.M.C.‘s Darryl “DMC” McDaniels share mic – and camera – time for the music video to their “RLTK” collaboration, taken from P.E.’s recently-released 13th LP, Most of My Heroes Still Don’t Appear on No Stamp. The trio lace their old school flavour with a fitting collage full of live sets, turntables and familiar scenes of hip-hop’s birthplace, New York City. Enjoy the visuals below, and add Most of My Heroes… to your collection over on iTunes. That P.E. catalogue of yours is set to grow even bigger this year, with their 14th album – and second of 2012 – The Evil Empire of Everything due out in the Fall.

 


Directed by: David C. Snyder

 

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