The 2013 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees were announced today and legendary hip-hop group Public Enemy made the cut! Pioneering producer Quincy Jones and Donna Summer also received career-praising nods from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum.
Next year’s inductees also include Albert King, Randy Newman, Lou Adler, Rush, and Heart.
Public Enemy joins other hip-hop artists in the Hall of Fame, like the Beastie Boys and Run-DMC.
PE front man Chuck D spoke with All Hip Hop about just how much the honor means to the group:
“A group is what we’ve been these past 25 years, 84 countries, 85 tours.” Chuck said.“We are the sum of great individuals who have followed hip-hop’s elemental blueprint necessary to be considered comparable to stand up to the many great [music] genre’s artists. We are seriously thankful and share this achievement with our…
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