Public Enemy, Fear Of A Black Planet (1990)

Label: Def Jam/Columbia

Pusha T: “They also took on the ignorant culture that us young blacks adapted to. They took that on and said, ‘Nah, that ain’t fly. That ain’t the shit. That ain’t what you’re supposed to do, and I’m going to say it. I don’t care how many big gold chains he has on, I’m going to say it.’ And the music was better.”