This song comes to us from the long lost genre of 90s funk/disco fusion revival, which I'm sure we all remember vividly. Jamiroquai spent most of their time from 1992 to the present by giving us funky tunes to dance to, with this one being no exception.
October 22, 2013

This song comes to us from the long lost genre of 90s funk/disco fusion revival, which I'm sure we all remember vividly. Jamiroquai spent most of their time from 1992 to the present by giving us funky tunes to dance to, with this one being no exception. However, they weren't just a dance band, Jamiroquai was also an important factor in the London acid jazz movement, which they essentially spearheaded. But as far as this song goes, as well as many others on their album, Synkronized, it definitely draws more from their funk and disco influences.

Got any favorite funky songs?

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