#CLEvsJAX #clevesports #getloose @themcwale @kidnemesis #jagsgamedaylive
Really had a blast tonight! Again, thanks and congrats Jack and Jessica! #mockshopwedding #MockWedding2014 (at Ribault Inn Club)
Come dance with DJs NickFRESH & Cameron Gregory for #DWYLJax at Eclipse Riverside (4219 St. Johns Avenue) TONIGHT from 10-2. NO COVER. great music! Let’s #getloose! (at Eclipse Riverside)
On this day in music history: October 13, 1979 - “(Not Just) Knee Deep (Part 1)” by Funkadelic hits #1 on the Billboard R&B singles chart for 3 weeks, also peaking at #77 on the Hot 100 on November 10, 1979. Written by George Clinton and Walter “Junie” Morrison, it will be the biggest hit for the legendary R&B/Funk band. Released as the first single from Funkadelic’s eleventh album “Uncle Jam Wants You”, the nearly fifteen and a half minute long track will be edited and split into two parts for single release. Also featuring vocals from former Spinners lead vocalist Philippé Wynne, the seminal funk track will go on to be one most influential and widely sampled songs in the bands’ catalog. Over the years “(Not Just) Knee Deep” will be sampled by a number of rap artists including EPMD, Digital Underground, 2Pac, Everlast, and Snoop Dogg to name a few. Most notably it will be used as the basis of De La Soul’s “Me, Myself & I” which will also hit number one on the R&B singles chart almost ten years after Funkadelic tops the chart with the song. The chart topping success of “(Not Just) Knee Deep” will drive the accompanying album “Uncle Jam Wants You” to Gold status in the US.