The single "Fight the Power" was originally released alongside Spike Lee's 1989 movie Do the Right Thing.
The track found itself on Public Enemy's third album release the following year.
The Public Enemy logo was a black man in a trigger sight.
Here's a picture of Public Enemy.
Public Enemy's voice.
Go ahead, ask him what time it is.
The production crew behind Public Enemy's great beats.
Spike Lee commissioned "Fight the Power" from Public Enemy for his movie, Do the Right Thing.
Spike Lee's 1989 movie addressed the racial tensions of the decade.