George Clinton's studio struggle
P-Funk leader, George Clinton, has set up an online fund to help him keep his recording studio after a Florida judge ruled last month that the funk master has no rights to any music he created from 1976 to 1983.
The singer's IndieGoGo page says that Clinton is aiming to "re-create" classic tracks and lists the studio equipment he needs in order to do so. In return fans will get autographed CDs and T-shirts.
The 70-year-old Parliament-Funkadelic frontman is hoping to raise $50,000.
Clinton contributed to Primal Scream's 'Give Out But Don't Give Up' album. He also appeared in Prince's 'Graffiti Bridge' film, 'House Party', and has worked with Tupac Shakur, Ice Cube, Outkast and Wu Tang Clan.
His son, George Clinton Jnr, was found dead in his Florida home on February 1, 2010. He had died of natural causes.
Watch Parliament-Funkadelic's video for their hit 'Bring The Funk' below:
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