Chuck D on drawing ‘naphic grovels,’ embracing mistakes in art

“Attention is the cheapest price to pay. But now we have calamity, drama, and trauma always floating to the top of the news. And peace, love, and understanding is something that never really gets talked about, passed around as easily. So we have to reinforce that in our artistry,” says Public Enemy’s Chuck D. Photo courtesy of Chuck Halliday.

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