#GetOnUP and Check out Pete Rock's Tribute Mix to James Brown!

Pete Rock/ James Brown

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It’s no secret that James Brown, The GodFather of Soul has been a major influence on Pete Rock; arguably the most Soulful hip hop musician of all time.
As James Brown’s highly anticipated biopic “Get On Up” premieres today, Pete Rock reflects on his meeting with his hero. As seen on urbandaily.com
“When I met James Brown, I think he passed along something to me when I shook his hand. I look at that today, and I say, “Damn, I think James Brown gave me a piece of his [soul] power.” He came to Mount Vernon and he did a concert with Bobby Bird and The JBS in my hood at a spot called the Left Bank. And I’m telling you I’ve never seen Mount Vernon so poppin’ in my entire life! It was always poppin’–don’t get it twisted–because we used to do little parties in the hood and stuff like that and everybody would come out. But James Brown — I mean I was seven years old, me and my brother Grap, and we walked in the joint and my mother talked to one of James’ bodyguards or managers or something and was asking him, “Yo, can my kids meet James?” And the next thing you know, he came up behind us and I shook his hand and he was like, “God bless you man, God bless you.” And he shook my mother’s hand and he shook my brother’s hand. And it left something with me. This was before he got on stage. He shook our hands and then we watched the show. And I left that place not the same. So you see how strong black music can be. It had a heavy impact on me in my life."
Enjoy Pete Rock’s “James Brown Tribute” Mix and be sure to visit peterock.com for your SoulBrother Logo Tee.
Fun Facts:
Pete Rock met James Brown at seven years old.
Google Soul Brother #1 under images you’ll find two categories; James Brown and Pete Rock.
Pete Rock has the ‘Soul Brother’ logo tattooed on his arm.
Pete Rock was ranked # 1 on soultrain.com ’s Top 40 Most Soulful Hip Hop Artists!
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