Ain’t We Funkin’ Now

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"Ain't We Funkin' Now" by The Brothers Johnson is a dynamic track from their 1978 album "Blam!," which showcases their exceptional ability to blend funk with catchy, danceable grooves. The song is a quintessential example of their signature style, characterized by the tight interplay between George "Lightnin' Licks" Johnson's guitar riffs and Louis "Thunder Thumbs" Johnson's powerful slap bass technique. Produced by the legendary Quincy Jones, the track benefits from polished production and sophisticated arrangements that elevate it from a simple funk tune to an enduring classic. Ain't We Funkin' Now is the latest single from The Brothers Johnson as of this date . 

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Get The Funk Out Ma Face

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"Get the Funk Out Ma Face" by The Brothers Johnson is a high-energy funk anthem that captures the essence of the duo's musical style. Featured on their debut album, "Look Out for #1," released in 1976, the song quickly became one of their signature tracks. Co-written with Quincy Jones, the song showcases the brothers' ability to craft infectious grooves and memorable hooks that resonate with audiences. The title itself is a bold statement, embodying the unapologetic and exuberant spirit of funk music.

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I’ll Be Good To You

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"I'll Be Good to You" by The Brothers Johnson is one of the most iconic tracks in their discography, capturing the essence of their smooth blend of funk and R&B. Released as the lead single from their debut album "Look Out for #1" in 1976, the song was an immediate hit, reaching number one on the Billboard R&B chart and securing a spot in the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100. The track's success helped catapult The Brothers Johnson into the spotlight, establishing them as major players in the music industry.

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