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Public Enemy Leader Writes Katrina Rap
Tuesday, 06-Sep-2005 10:20AM United Press International
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NEW YORK, Sept. 6 (UPI) -- Public Enemy founder Chuck D has written "Hell No We Ain't Alright", a scathing song about Hurricane Katrina's effect on the Gulf region.

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The hip-hop activist berates government officials, the media, the military and even fellow artists, Allhiphop.com reported Monday.

The longtime activist also mocks consumerism in the face of disaster and reminds people it is their responsibility to help, no matter how detached they feel by distance.

"This ain't no TV show/ this ain't no video", the song warns fans worldwide.

"This is really real/ beyond them same ole keep it real", the song says.

The rapper reportedly recorded the track during the Labor Day weekend.

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