10 Political Rap Artists Who Aren't Public Enemy

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Others Who Didn't Believe the Hype

Public Enemy might get credit for ushering in the political era of rap, which they rightfully should, but there were other groups and artists who followed suit. Some were connected to their movement, others were inspired by them and continue to keep this style of rap alive. Ch-ch-check it out.

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