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The Go Go Posse

The Go Move Posse was a one-off project (from Washington, D.C.) that united to record an anti-violence one, “D.C. Don’t Are a symbol of Dodge Town,” and a self-titled record in 1988. The Move Go Posse highlighted members of various other local works, including such obscure brands as D.C. Scorpio (the monitors “Beam Me Up, Scotty” and “Love the Rock”), the Chuck Dark brown protégés Rare Fact (“GET IT DONE,” “Hey Today”), and Small Benny & the Experts (“Who’s Kickin’ It,” “The Ruler”), plus E.U.’s “Move Ju Ju Move” and Brown’s very own “That’ll Function (2001).” Besides their self-titled debut, the Move Go Posse hardly ever issued every other albums.

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