Ask members of Generation Z what they know about the group, Public Enemy, and some may say “Fight The Power”,  a few may even know that they contributed to developing the art of rap, and while those who aren’t up on their history might mention Flavor Flav and reality shows, real hip hop fans know that Pubic Enemy was formed to meet a need in the black community.  Police killings and mass incarceration that we see in 2020, was even more frequent and brutal in the 1980’s and 1990’s, so Public Enemy decided to make music that would draw attention to the social concerns of the African American community.

With Public Enemy, radical political energy spread to the masses and transformed the minds of those who listened.  At the same time,  the music industry was being washed with more “ghetto-centric” rap, with artists whose lyrics were more focused on the destruction of the Black community.  Even though Public Enemy was powerful enough to sell millions of records, and be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, major artists today don’t use the same lyrical content that speaks against the “powers that be” and try to uplift their Black communities,  because those kinds of songs won’t get airplay.

There’s good news though, for those who seek knowledge, truth, and light.  Public Enemy’s “Minister of Information” and co-founding member, Professor Griff, has signed with Xperienc On Demand to bring that same kind of information given in Public Enemy’s powerful lyrics to television.  On Professor Griff’s XOD platform, ProfessorGriffOnDemand, subscribers can find documentaries like The Oculist, recordings of his lectures, and more.

Professor Griff is an internationally renowned educator, writer, producer, musician, platinum recording/spoken word artist, and lecturer.  He maintains a coveted role as Minister of Information for Public Enemy and is currently celebrating an unprecedented sixty world tours and his 20th Year Anniversary, with the group.

In Professor Griff’s lectures, subscribers get a wealth of information about history, the mind, and the music business.  The information he shares is so deep, that it will make you press pause and look up what he said to see if it’s even true. He asks thought-provoking questions that will challenge you to question what kind of person you are, and inspire you to be the best version of yourself.

An activist within both the conscious and hip hop communities, Griff stands as a highly acclaimed, seasoned entertainment industry veteran and sought-after resource vault on all aspects of the music business.  Griff is a permanent fixture on the international lecture circuit with his riveting and powerful discourse/book, the Psychological Covert War on Hip Hop.

Remaining true to his title as Minister of Information, Professor Griff has continued his vigilance by providing information for the masses.  Armed with an exemplary life of service and an impressive twenty-year musical career, Griff captivates audiences with his universal call for social responsibility within both the hip hop community and larger culture to raise the level of consciousness of today’s entire hip hop generation.  Griff effortlessly draws upon his own extensive entertainment industry experience and a vast reservoir of historical scholarship and research to deliver this poignant message.

An avid lecturer, Griff holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Education, is a licensed personal security defense instructor, and an accomplished martial artist. He’s known for his innate ability to impart life-changing ideas, concepts, and techniques for the spiritual/personal growth and development of all who attend his lectures.

His lectures, documentaries, and shows are streaming on Xperienc On Demand for millions of people to watch, learn, and be inspired!