Bootsy Collins By MikaV (Diskussion)

William “Earl” Bootsy Collins played bass for James Brown and Parliament-Funkadelic before forming his Bootsy’s Rubber Band in 1976. Collins and George Clinton co-produced their debut album Stretchin’ Out In Bootsy’s Rubber Band. They also shared writing duties on “I’d Rather Be With You” with Gary Cooper. The end resultContinue Reading

Dee Lite Groove Is In Heart

Deee-Lite’s introduction began with their seminal party track “Groove Is In The Heart.” The song spearheaded their debut album World Clique in 1990 although it was written in the late ’80s. They took their cues from disco, funk and house and Q-Tip provided hip-hop in the mix with his verses.Continue Reading