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    Default The Headhunters feat. Snoop Dogg, George Clinton, Priest & Jaecyn Bayne "D-Funk"

    Listen to the track here:

    http://soundcloud.com/owl-studios/th...k-funk/s-o8E5k

    The Headhunter "Platinum" Album is available now worldwide
    http://www.amazon.com/Platinum/dp/B0...8712327&sr=8-1


    For moew information on the Headhunters please see their wiki page here:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Headhunters



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    damn funkyass shit, ima check for this shit. Thanks for postin it M-Eighty, I hadnt heard about this project.
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    nice track shit is super funky

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    whooooooo are you fucking kidding me.. the headhunters are back and with George Clinton, Snoop and Priest on a track nonetheless??

    The Headhunters are a great jazz-fusion group even without Herbie Hancock (although they of course never topped their debut with him). thx alot for posting!!!



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    sounds dope.. still got that jazzy funk i know The Headhunters for, and their music since the '70s actually in a way laid the foundation for hip-hop so to have the rappers on there actually works well.

    thx for posting this M-Eighty



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