Legendary Rapper Chuck D Pens Illustration Of Jazz Broadcasters
SALT LAKE CITY – It may sound like a Madlib or an April Fools joke, but it’s true, legendary rapper Chuck D drew a picture of Utah Jazz radio broadcasters David Locke and Ron Boone.
On Friday, Chuck D posted his drawing of the Jazz longtime duo on his Twitter page for his nearly 700,000 followers to see.
— Chuck D (@MrChuckD) April 1, 2022
The illustration shows Locke acting out his high-energy broadcast, while Boone looks on from behind him.
Chuck D is the founding member of the revolutionary hip hop group Public Enemy which he formed with fellow rapper Flavor Flav.
The pair have been credited as one of the most influential hip-hop duos in music history.
Chuck D has long been a fan of the Jazz radio broadcast, often referring to Locke by the nickname “Playcasso.”
“With @ exploding thus season I guarantee David Locke @ has temporarily lost his voice… in a good way lololol he’s insane on the mic @,” the rapper tweeted last year during the Jazz run to the top of the NBA standings.
The Public Enemy star is a lifelong artist having graduated from Adelphi University with a degree in fine arts. On his Twitter page Chuck D shares drawings of everything from his favorite athletes, to musicians, to politicians.
WAR is NOT the answer pic.twitter.com/OQPoCNQMrh
— Chuck D (@MrChuckD) February 25, 2022
Public Enemy’s latest album, “What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?” was released in 2020 by Def Jam Recordings.
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