After 38 years, Parliament, the legendary funk group of George Clinton is back and has just released his new album entitled "Medicaid Fraud Dogg"
For some time fans of the legendary group had been waiting for new material, since the last album that came out under the name Parliament was Trombipulation in 1980.
Despite announcing their decision to stop touring in 2019, Clinton & Parliament are still recording new music. "Medicaid Fraud Dogg" is a record of more than 20 tracks, including the single that had recently come to light "I'm Gon Make U Sick O'Me" with the former member of the Geto Boyz: Scarface. In this new album Clinton also has the support of legendary musicians such as P-Funk Fred Wesley, Pee Wee Ellis, Greg Thomas or Benny Cowan.
When asked recently in an interview because 'Medicaid Fraud Dogg' was going to come out under the Parliament group and not Funkadelic - Clinton replied simply: "Because the last album was 'First Ya Gotta Shake The Gate' by Funkadelic. Now it's Parliament's turn. "
Clinton also explains that: " Anyone who has been in our shows in recent years has noticed that I have been less and less in front. The truth is that he has never really tried on me, he has always been about music and the band. That is the true legacy of the P-Funk. They will continue to do after I stop "
"That's the real P-Funk legacy. They'll still be funkin 'long after I stop. "