15 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bassist Bootsy Collins is one of the few living humans to have played with both James Brown and Parliament-Funkadelic, and the all-star continues creating on his own terms, bass first. He begins his eighth solo album with his origin story—it involves dinosaurs—and carries on with his friends: Musiq Soulchild and Big Daddy Kane electrify the electro-flavored "Hot Saucer," fellow bass mavens Victor Wooten and Stanley Clarke get vintage on "Bass-Rigged-System," and sultry soul singer Kali Uchis smooths out the sensual lead single, "Worth My While."

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bassist Bootsy Collins is one of the few living humans to have played with both James Brown and Parliament-Funkadelic, and the all-star continues creating on his own terms, bass first. He begins his eighth solo album with his origin story—it involves dinosaurs—and carries on with his friends: Musiq Soulchild and Big Daddy Kane electrify the electro-flavored "Hot Saucer," fellow bass mavens Victor Wooten and Stanley Clarke get vintage on "Bass-Rigged-System," and sultry soul singer Kali Uchis smooths out the sensual lead single, "Worth My While."

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