From the title track to the final fade, ‘Chocolate City’ kicks ass and provided the foundations for George Clinton and Parliament’s next funk masterpiece.
From country to rock, jazz to hip-hop, these personas embody a specific moment in an artist’s development.
Released in 2000, 'Voodoo' still stands as a wildly innovative, forward-thinking, and challenging record.
The first album to introduce the P-Funk universe, ‘Mothership Connection’ is a full-on funk assault by Parliament at their creative zenith.
The track comes from the critically-acclaimed album ‘What You Gonna Do When The Grid Goes Down’ out now.
'Love Bones' hit the R&B chart on December 13, 1969 and became the fifth of eight consecutive top tenners for the Arkansas soul man.
Following an unprecedented reign, Parliament signed off for almost forty years, leaving ‘Trombipulation’ behind as the template for 80s electro-funk.
It’s better to burn out than to fade away… but sometimes a band does neither. After decades on the road, the oldest bands in music history still bring the noise.
Brilliant and inventive, George Clinton’s debut solo album, ‘Computer Games’, was a funky return to form from the P-Funk mastermind.
The song comes off the group’s latest album, ‘What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?’
The track is from the group’s new album ‘What You Gonna Do When the Grid Goes Down?’ out now on Def Jam.
‘The Clones Of Dr. Funkenstein’ is another masterpiece in George Clinton’s canon and traveled deeper into the mythology of Parliament.
In their historic return to Def Jam Recordings, the group’s new album will feature the Beastie Boys, Nas, George Clinton, among many others.
Hound dogs, salty dogs, rain dogs, the mighty canine appears in countless songs and this list celebrates all the dogs who’ve been saluted in song.
‘Mother’s Milk’ found Red Hot Chili Peppers overcoming a tragic setback to rebuild themselves – and their sound – with a pioneering funk-rap fusion album.