Earlier this week, the inimitable George Clinton sat for not one but two conversations about his work and where it comes from. First, he spoke with the host of NPR Music’s R&B channel, Jason King, about soul music, swag and Kendrick Lamar.
Then, after the Museum Of The Moving Image screened Clinton’s 20-year-old film Cosmic Slop, he took the stage for an interview conducted by songwriter, producer and musician James Mtume. The two industry veterans traded stories about Miles Davis and staying in the game. Clinton’s memoir, Brothers Be, Yo Like George, Ain’t That Funkin’ Kind Of Hard On You?, was released earlier this month along with five new songs, and a new Funkadelic album is hard on its heels.
Producers: Mito Habe-Evans, Frannie Kelley; Host: Jason King; Event Manager: Saidah Blount; Videographers: Mito Habe-Evans, Christopher Parks; Audio Engineer: Suraya Mohamed; Special Thanks: James Mtume, Museum of the Moving Image, Yona Deshommes, Atria Books; Executive Producer: Anya Grundmann