Conversations With Chad: Chuck D On Making “Burn Hollywood Burn” With Ice Cube & Big Daddy Kane, Working With Ice-T, Run-DMC, The Beastie Boys On Latest Album + More

On today’s episode of Conversations With Chad we talk with hip-hop icon Chuck D, leader of Public Enemy (one of the most iconic and prolific hip-hop groups in history), a Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame emcee, and one of the grand architects of politically and socially conscious hip hop music. 

Throughout his illustrious career he has collaborated and worked on projects featuring Ice Cube, Ice-T, B-Real of Cypress Hill, Anthrax, Beastie Boys, Spike Lee, KRS-One, and MC Ren to name a select few.

During this exclusive CWC podcast interview with the legendary and iconic Public Enemy frontman, we discuss a range of topics including PE’s most recent release What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?, collaborating with Ice-T, the Beastie Boys, Run-DMC, the making of the classic “Burn Hollywood Burn” song with Big Daddy Kane and Ice Cube, what five songs in his vast catalog would tell you all you need to know about Chuck D and so much more!

Listen to the exclusive Conversation with Chuck D below: