Frankie Beverly (born Howard Beverly, December 6, 1946), never disappoints his concerts are AWESOME. I’ve seen Frankie/Maze perform at least 10 times in my lifetime. This amazing person always gives more than 100% on stage. When you listen to a Maze song or see them perform live, you always leave the concert with “Happy Feelings”. […]

Happy Birthday to the GodFather of Funk George Clinton! Make my Funk- the P-funk! Here’s a few fun facts about the legendary George Clinton. 1) Clinton was born in Kannapolis, North Carolina and raised in New Jersey 2) The mastermind behind the bands Parliament and Funkadelic 3) Innovator of funk music along with James Brown […]

The iconic group Confunkshun gave us hits like Loves Train, Straight from the Heart, Ffun, and Chase Me to name a few. Now the group is back with a new tune called “Your Night.” Confunkshun is one of the bands that laid the groundwork for today’s R&B and Funk, from the hot dance tracks to […]

Today, we celebrate one of the most popular and iconic performers in music’s history. Legendary vocalist, actor, musician, producer and songwriter Prince (born Prince Rogers Nelson) turns 56 today, so let’s party like it’s 1999. Top 10 Prince songs The first time I saw Prince perform was at a music industry convention in the early […]

Prince certainly knows how to bring the funk and last night on the Arsenio Hall show he brought it. He kicked off his takeover of Arsenio’s show performing “FUNKNROLL” with 3RDEYEGIRL for the first time on television. Prince also has a pet peeve. Check out what he said.

Keyboardist, Composer, Producer and Singer George Duke is dead at the age of 67. Duke died at St. John’s Hospital in Los Angeles on Monday.…

George Duke has certainly made an indelible imprint on jazz and pop music over the past forty years. He’s collaborated with some of the most prominent figures in the industry. A producer since the 1980s, he has crafted scores of fine recordings – many of them GRAMMY winners – for artists representing almost every corner […]

jungle boogie (jungle –oft attrib to Hindi jangal + boogie – prob alter of bogle – goblin, object of fear) a 1974 hit by Kool & the Gang, frequently sampled by hip-hop artists, perhaps the funkiest piece of music ever recorded.