Public Enemy - What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down?

"What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down?" is a musical release by Public Enemy on 25 Sep, 2020. The content of the music is known to be explicit and it contains a total of 17 song(s). You may check reviews for "What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down?" in the review section below or view more songs and albums from Public Enemy by clicking the name.

What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down?

Public Enemy

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Music Official Release Date: 2020-09-25
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Number Of Tracks: 17

  • ℗ 2020 Enemy Records, LLC, under exclusive license to Def Jam Recordings, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
Public Enemy - What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down?

Tracks

NO Preview Title Artist Time
1 When The Grid Go Down... (feat. George Clinton) Public Enemy 1:31
2 GRID (feat. Cypress Hill & George Clinton) Public Enemy 4:32
3 State Of The Union (feat. DJ Premier) Public Enemy 2:54
4 Merica Mirror Pop Diesel 0:08
5 Public Enemy Number Won (feat. Mike D, Adrock & Run-DMC) Public Enemy 5:25
6 Toxic Public Enemy 3:11
7 Yesterday Man (feat. Daddy-O) Public Enemy 3:03
8 Crossroads Burning James Bomb 0:12
9 Fight The Power: Remix 2020 (feat. Nas, Rapsody, Black Thought, Jahi, YG & Questlove) Public Enemy 4:57
10 Beat Them All Public Enemy 2:52
11 Smash The Crowd (feat. Ice-T & PMD) Public Enemy 3:06
12 If You Can't Join Em Beat Em Public Enemy 0:50
13 Go At It (feat. Jahi) Public Enemy 3:21
14 Don't Look At The Sky Mark Jenkins 0:09
15 Rest In Beats (feat. The Impossebulls) Public Enemy 3:57
16 R.I.P. Blackat Public Enemy 3:35
17 Closing: I Am Black Ms. Ariel 0:14

Reviews

  • By TrumpNation🛩

    Flavor Flav, back on crack. 🧩

    William Jonathan Drayton Jr., ‘Aka’ Flavor Flav is now 61 years of age and, beyond a burnt out drug addict, he’s crying to peasants and to the illiterates to hopefully purchase this album so he can fund his addiction. William Jonathan Drayton Jr., is the scum of the earth. A washed up has been! This album supports domestic abuse.
  • By Chris' House of Jamz

    It’s time to fill the streets

    I’m 54, white, Navy retiree. These are my stats. That being said, time to fight the power. PE has been my voice since the beginning. You go Chuck. Let the people know- we are done! Time to Rage.
  • By RealAk4774

    Uninspired

    Talk about an album that is a cash grab. This is such an uninspired effort. Sad that they have fallen this far.
  • By MasenMiami

    No Flav without Flav

    There is no Public Enemy with Flav.
  • By The Real Hip Hop is ova here

    Dope PE record

    Glad somebody is speaking in relevant issues that affect people today. This music is SORELY needed in HIP HOP today. PE always speaks in current issues and their music is still relevant today! Pee the Fight the Power remix!!
  • By Phishphan845

    No Flav

    Equals no Public Enemy!
  • By mar@g

    Classic

    This is a great album. It is a worth purchase for all PE fans.
  • By Frzaprmtn

    Wack

    Shoot, even the great ones sound awful now in days, why can’t the just make a simple rap album, they got beats that you can’t even catch the rhythm. It’s sad..
  • By Marcko_64

    Great album!!

    Public Enemy really did a great job with this one, Chuck D & Flav’s voices have aged well. This has a nice feel to it! So many great tracks on this one & the production is really nice.Toxic, Yesterday Man, Smash The Crowd, When The Grid Goes Down..., Go At It, Rest In Beats, R.I.P Blackat etc. I feel like I listed the whole album but it’s that good & im a young man. Thank you Public Enemy!
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