Top 5 Most Sampled George Clinton Songs

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3. "I'd Rather Be With You," Bootsy's Rubber Band (1976)
Sampled more than 30 times, you may recall this melody from songs like "Pimpology" by Chicago rap group Do or Die and the Screwston classic "I'd Rather Bang Screw" by Big Hawk, Big Cease and Kyle Lee.


2. "(Not Just) Knee Deep," Funkadelic (1979)
Sampled more than 70 times, "(Not Just) Knee Deep" laid the foundation for songs such as De La Soul's "Me, Myself and I" and Tupac's "Can't C Me."


1. "Atomic Dog," George Clinton (1982)
Sampled nearly 150 times, "Atomic Dog" comes in at the No 1 sampled George Clinton song of all time, with one its best-known adaptions coming from The artist formally known as Snoop Dogg on his 1993 single "Who Am I? (What's My Name).





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seasincarnadine
seasincarnadine

There seems to be a pattern regarding the genre  of musicians that repeatedly "sample" other artists' music.  Curious.  

seasincarnadine
seasincarnadine

There seems to be a repeated theme regarding the genres of music that repeatedly "sample" other music.  Curious.  


seasincarnadine
seasincarnadine

There seems to be a repeated theme regarding the genres of music that repeatedly "sample" other music.  Curious.  

seasincarnadine
seasincarnadine

There seems to be a repeated theme regarding the genres of music that repeatedly "sample" other music.  Curious.  

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