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Wednesday, Mar 25 2015 | 12:30
Image: 1596227 Soul Clap teams up with the legendary Dr. Funkenstein himself, George Clinton for this 3 track EP, including one track featuring Sly Stone on keys! Full pic sleeve.

May 2nd 2013 will forever go down in Soul Clap history as an outstanding day to be alive. About a year of groundwork was finally paying off and the Clap had just flown Dr. Funkenstein himself, George Clinton from his home in Tallahassee, FL to Red Bull Studios in Los Angeles for a three day recording session. Onsite alongside Clinton were P-Funk family Sa'D "The Hourchild Ali", G-Koop, Tonysha Nelson, Will "Digeridoo" Thoren as well as Crew Love members Nick Monaco and Navid Izadi.

Soul Clap's collaboration with George Clinton has been nothing short of incredible. The team efforts of two generations of funk have created true musical dope-ness, which Clinton has proudly included on his new Funkadelic album (30 years since the last album!) including the title track "First Ya Gotta Shake The Gate" and the monster "In Da Karâ€, which features Sly Stone. Our simultaneous release on Soul Clap Records includes special EFUNK remixes by Soul Clap of "First Ya Gotta Shake The Gate" (aka Samplecopydupeitandloopittostupid) and "In Da Karâ€. Plus a west-coast, neck-snap, bonus-cut produced with Nick Monaco and with Clinton on vocals, P-Funk engineer G Koop on bass and Crew Love family member Greg Paulus on trumpet, titled 'Peep This'.


A1. First Ya Gotta Shake The Gate (Samplecopydupeitandloopittostupid Mix)
B1. In Da Kar ft. Sly Stone on Keys (EFUNK Mix)
B2. Peep This ft. Nick Monaco, G Koop & Greg Paulus Available from 24.04.2015
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