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(from January 2000)

1.31.2000 14:57 GMT  Public Enemy Confirmed for Homelands
(from Music365 website)
PUBLIC ENEMY have been confirmed for Homelands in May.

The landmark rap act, who released their latest album 'There's A Poison Goin On' last year, have toured only intermittently in Europe recently.

The Homelands appearance will feature the full line-up, including rapper Flavor Flav and DJ Terminator X.

The Homelands line-up is also bolstered by Roni Size and Reprazent, who play the End's Drum 'N' Bass Arena. the event will run from 1pm Saturday May 27 to 6am Sunday May 28.

DJ Paul Oakenfold has also been confirmed to DJ at the event. As previously reported, Leftfield and Ian Brown are also taking part in this event.

Homelands returns to the Matterley Estate Bowl, near Winchester, Hampshire. Tickets cost £45.

You can buy tickets from the Music365 ticket shop.

More details about the event can be obtained from visiting the Homelands website.



1.31.2000  Public Enemy Bring the Noise
(from NME website)
PUBLIC ENEMY will play this year's Homelands dance festival at The Bowl, Matterley Estate, Winchester (May 27-28).

The legendary rap group join Ian Brown, Leftfield and Reprazent on the bill.

Leftfield will also play at the UK's other two Homelands events at Mosney Holiday Centre, County Meath, Ireland (April 29) and Straid Farm, Dalleagles, New Cumnock, Scotland (June 3).

For tickets, go to the nme.com Ticketshop - click here

Or call the 24-Hour NME Virgin Cola Ticketline on 0870 1 663 663. Calls are charged at national standard rate.


1.25.2000  Coming Soon to Billboard Talent Net's Inside The Music - Chuck D and Jellybean Benitez
(from Manhunt website)

Two legendary recording industry figures will answer questions from musicians, fans, industry and web browsers from around the world this February and March as the upcoming featured guests of Billboard Talent Net's Inside The Music section, at http://www.billboardtalentnet.com.

A rapper, an innovator, a soldier at the front line of the online music revolution and a music evangelist spreading the word about the Internet's power as a music distribution tool, Chuck D, best known as the leader and co-founder of Public Enemy, will answer questions during the month of February. BTN users can also listen to Chuck's recent speech at the Jupiter Music Conference via the BTN Music Insider Radio Show, within the Inside The Music section. Known for his ability to rap about issues of race, rage and inequality, Chuck D is one of the first high-profile musicians to adopt online distribution and claims that the Internet is causing a top-to-bottom shift in the music industry.

Famed record producer, remixer, DJ and entrepreneur as well as President of Jellybean Recordings, Inc., Jellybean Benitez will answer questions during the month of March. Jellybeans' accomplishments include over 90 Billboard Top Ten Hits (including 30 number one's), and work with such artists as Paul McCartney, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Billy Joel and Madonna, to name a few.

Located on the BTN home page or accessed directly at: http://www.billboardtalentnet.com/insidemusic/insidemusic.html, Inside The Music is a free service that engages BTN users with top music pros and personalities. Users receive free advice and guidance to help further their musical careers from the people that influence and inspire it. Features include the monthly Q&A session and bi-weekly BTN Music Insider Radio Show (courtesy Dejamuse.com), as well as archives from all past guests. Past guests include V2 Records recording artist MOBY; Craig Kallman, Executive VP, A&R, Atlantic Records; David Bendeth, Senior VP A&R, RCA Records and Rose Noone, Vice President, A&R, Epic Records; among others. From hot-topic debates and controversial issues to general questions on how to make it in the biz, BTN invites you to take a trip INSIDE THE MUSIC.

Billboard Talent Net (http://www.billboardtalentnet.com) is the first professionally oriented Internet showcase for new and developing artists in every genre. Launched in May, 1998, the site provides music industry professionals and fans alike the opportunity to navigate an enhanced, 24-hour, interactive link to the world of new and emerging artists and their music - well before they become household names. First to provide a meaningful set of rankings to profile top unsigned artists, the Top 10 and Radio BTN Top 50 forecast the next successful generation in music. Billboard Talent Net is owned by Talent Net, Inc., a licensee of the Billboard Music Group, and has offices in New York, Germany and Malaysia.



1.22.2000  Utahs work with Chuck D
(from BBC Online Radio 1 website)
Utah Saints are making the most of their comeback. They've enlisted the talents of Chuck D for their next album. They've also used the vocal talents of funk soul legend, Edwyn Starr, and sampled Iggy Pop from his days with the ĎStoogesí.

The Utahs spent their few years away from the limelight very differently. Jez had his own radio show in Leeds, whilst Tim DJ-ed in Chicago. They say getting Chuck D to perform on their album's been the biggest buzz, not that they've met him yet: "We didnít hear anything back and then suddenly out of the blue just before Christmas, I got a phone call and he was up for doing it. So itís in the process of going through, but no, we havenít met him yet". And they add: "Itís a great honour to have someone like him because heís such an icon of really the last decade and this decade as well. One of the most important spokespeople of the last decade."

And they can add REM to their list of supporters: "Michael Stipeís said that itís his perfect driving record and that he likes driving around LA listening to our album. He also bought several copies of our album to give to his friends apparently which was nice."


1.13.2000  Not Quite Time for It's About Time: Flavor Flav's Solo Album Pushed Back Yet Again
by Dean Engmann
Fans of Public Enemy and Flavor Flav will have to wait a little longer to hear Flav's long-awaited solo album, It's About Time.  According to the official Flavor Flav website, the THE NEW (and final) RELEASE DATE IS JANUARY 18, 2000ÖÖÖBut apparently we will have to wait until sometime in March to hear the album because of delays due to the Public Enemy tour.  A post from Flav's manager on his website says they're looking at the 7th or the 14th...let's hope...

Also, check out Flav in the new Will Smith video So Fresh...now playing on eMpTyV.



1.13.2000  Public Enemy Concert to be Broadcast at HOB.com
by Dean Engmann
Cyber-savvy hip-hop group Public Enemy will once again be webcasting a concert live from the House of Blues, this time on February 10th.  For more information on the concert, check out the House of Blues website here.


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