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During the Summer of 1990 Public Enemy’s “Fear of a Black Planet”, Heavy D and the Boyz’ “Big Tyme”, and Digital Underground’s “Sex Packets” were all in heavy rotation led by “Fight the Power,” “Somebody For Me,” and “The Humpty Dance”, respectively. The triple thrill of PE’s hardcore political rap, Heavy D and The Boyz’ New Jack Swing, and DU’s hip hop homage to funk was concert gold featuring distinctly different artists, all in their prime.

According to 48hills writer Tamara Palmer, “Shock revealed in the 2004 documentary Digital Underground Raw Uncut that they made a huge financial sacrifice by taking that this tour. “We turned down a quarter million dollars to go out with Hammer and Public Enemy for $150,000,” he said. “We took an almost double pay cut.” Hammer and En Vogue were worldwide stars representing Oakland, but Public Enemy was the best Hip Hop group alive. An incredibly rare concert poster. Measures 28" x 22". Comes with a Gotta Have Rock & Roll Certificate of Authenticity.
Public Enemy; Heavy D. and the Boyz; Kid N Play; Digital Underground 1990 Concert Poster
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Minimum Bid: $200
Final Bid: $200
Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000
Number of Bids:1
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