This Day In Hip Hop and Rap History
 


This Day In Hip Hop and Rap History


August 2nd – Chuck D of Public Enemy releases his second solo album, “Don’t Rhyme For The Sake Of Riddlin’”, on Slam Jamz Records, on this day in 2010.

Fellow P.E. member Professor Griff appears on the album as does Chuck’s fellow Confrontation Camp cohort Kyle “Ice” Jason.

Other guests included Heet Mob, Jahi, Fine Arts Militia and longtime Strong Island musical soldier Johnny “Juice” Rosado.

The album was released the day after Chuck D’s 50th birthday.

Some of the titles on “Don’t Rhyme For The Sake Of Riddlin’” included, “I Rap Black”, “I Hate Hate”, “This Bit Of Earth” and “Tear Down That Wall”.