Funk on Ah Roll

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"Funk on Ah Roll"
Single by James Brown
from the album I'm Back
Released 1998 (1998)
Format 12" single, CD maxi single
Genre Funk, house, UK garage
Label Georgia-Lina
825
Eagle
073
Inferno
13
Songwriter(s)
  • James Brown
  • Derrick Monk
Producer(s) Derrick "New Funk" Monk
James Brown charting singles chronology
"Can't Get Any Harder"
(1993)
"Funk on Ah Roll"
(1998)
"Killing Is Out, School Is In"
(2001)
"Can't Get Any Harder"
(1993)
"Funk on Ah Roll"
(1998)
"Killing Is Out, School Is In"
(2001)

"Funk on Ah Roll" is a song written by James Brown and Derrick Monk and recorded by James Brown ft. Derrick Monk It appears in three different versions on his 1998 album I'm Back, two of which are remixes. A number of additional remixes of the song, including one by Grant Nelson as Bump & Flex, were issued on 12" and CD in the United Kingdom in 1999, resulting in the song reaching #40 on the UK Singles Chart.[citation needed] It did not chart in the United States.

Rolling Stone reviewed the song favorably, commenting that it "reclaim[s] Jimmy Nolen chicken scratch for the engine of life it is".[1]

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