Hear George Clinton Tell the Whole Story of Parliament-Funkadelic on Our New Podcast

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To celebrate his 80th birthday, Parliament-

Funkadelic founder George Clinton recently sat

down with Rolling Stone for a career-spanning

interview, where he dug deep into the real origins

of P-Funk’s sound, explained why he chooses weed

over hard drugs, and reflected on his legacy.

 

The whole conversation, where Clinton also talked

about why he didn’t mind the transformation of

“Atomic Dog” into Snoop Dogg’s “What’s My

Name,” among many other subjects, is featured in

the new episode of our weekly podcast, Rolling

Stone Music Now. To hear the entire episode,

press play above, or download and subscribe

on Apple Podcasts or Spotify.

 

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Rolling Stone Music Now, hosted by Brian Hiatt,

on Apple Podcasts or Spotify (or wherever you get

your podcasts), and check out three years’ worth of

episodes in the archive, including in-depth, career-

spanning interviews with Bruce Springsteen,

Halsey, Neil Young, Alicia Keys, Phoebe Bridgers,

the National, Ice Cube, Dua Lipa, Questlove, Killer

Mike, Julian Casablancas, Sheryl Crow, Johnny

Marr, Scott Weiland, Liam Gallagher, Alice

Cooper, Fleetwood Mac, Elvis Costello, John

Legend, Donald Fagen, Phil Collins, Justin Townes

Earle,  Stephen Malkmus, Sebastian Bach, Tom

Petty, Eddie Van Halen, Kelly Clarkson, Pete

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Source: Tyshawn Smith

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