One Nation Under A Groove: Political Insights and Funk Pioneering with George Clinton

Ahead of his return to Ireland, funk legend George Clinton talks about his friendships with Prince and Kendrick Lamar, why the Trump presidency is on borrowed time and what Obama did right.

George Clinton has spent the past year working through...

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