Google Celebrates Black History Month with Free Copies of Public Enemy’s ‘Millions To Hold Us Back’ Album
In case you didn’t already know, February is Black History Month in the United States. Each year throngs of Americans celebrate the month with history-related festivities and class lesson’s about black culture. Google is celebrating Black History Month with free copies of Public Enemy’s 1988 album It Takes A Nation Of Millions To Hold Us Back and more.
To be clear, while some users might find that offering anything involving Public Enemy is a really rotten way to celebrate the heritage of modern-day African Americans, Google is also offering Marvin Gaye’s What’s Going On and Aretha Franklin’s Young Gifted And Black. There are also discounted copies of albums from KRS-One and Miles Davis up for grabs too.
If you’re into Flavor Flav and his wearable clock, we’d say jump at these deals, though we’d also encourage you to balance that out with a bit of Miles Davis. There’s no word on when Google will wrap up the promotion.