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One-man music group, producer, and DJ Damon Riddick, referred to as self-termed “contemporary funk” artist Dâm-Funk (“Dâm” is normally pronounced “Dame”) was raised an just child in Pasadena, California and was infatuated with a variety of music throughout his childhood, including large intensifying rock, synth pop, and funk. He had …

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Michael Jonzun

The former head from the Jonzun Crew, Michael Jonzun continued his own in 1985, but didn’t possess much success recording for A&M. Jonzun gained even more notoriety for his finding of New Release and his creation of “Chocolate Lady” than for his A&M solitary “BURNING.”

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Maurice Starr

b. USA. A Boston-based business owner who was simply the svengali behind New Children ON THE MARKET and New Model. Described in a single newspaper content as ‘a combination between Berry Gordy and P.T. Barnum’, Starr was a failed R&B vocalist when he made a decision instead to generate, manage …

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The Jonzun Crew

Jonzun Staff was an electro group who carried their spin on Parliament/Funkadelic’s loopy sci-fi designs through the entire ’80s and early ’90s for a small number of albums, including singles like “Pack Jam (Consider the OVC),” “Space May be the Place,” “Space Cowboy,” and “WE HAVE BEEN the Jonzun Staff.” …

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