Public Enemy Reveal Plans for Two New Albums

Public Enemy Reveal Plans for Two New Albums
Back in 2010, Public Enemy successfully completed a fundraising campaign by earning $75,000 towards the recording of a new album. Evidently, they haven't squandered their fans' money, since they are now gearing up to release two new full-lengths.

Speaking with Billboard, the band's Chuck D explained that Public Enemy's Most of My Heroes Still Don't Appear on No Stamp will arrive in June. This was produced by returning collaborator Gary G-Wiz, a Bomb Squad member who has worked on several Public Enemy albums dating back to the early '90s.

Then, in September, the group will release The Evil Empire of Everything. Chuck D explained that the two albums are "two concise statements that are connected in the same breath."

Unfortunately, we still don't have any concrete information about these albums others than the titles and speculative release dates.

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