Published Jul 12, 2012Back in January, hip-hop icons Public Enemy announced that two new albums funded by fans would arrive this year. While we initially expected to have a June release, the first album, Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear on No Stamp, officially drops tomorrow (July 13). To celebrate, the band have delivered a video for new number "I Shall Not Be Moved."
It's a simple clip that finds Chuck D spitting in front of a white backdrop, with shots of the PE crew, including hypeman extraordinaire Flava Flav and a loose-limbed B-boy, busting a move. Throughout the track, Chuck lays down rhymes on a struttin' '70s funk lick about social revolution, "gaggin' on Gaga," and jokes about working the "senior's circuit."
You can check it out below.