10 Spike Lee Hip-Hop Moments – Old School Daze
2) The next year, Lee directed his second music video, Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power,” from the soundtrack to his classic 1989 film Do the Right Thing
You’d think a film as powerful as Do the Right Thing wouldn’t need its music video element to be just as provocative. But that’s exactly what Lee and PE did with this clip, a call-to-arms staged as a rally down the streets of Brooklyn. Not to mention, a vicious slap to the faces of John Wayne fans worldwide.