An Honorary Doctorate for the Dr.

Berklee College of Music News
By Nick Balkin

George Clinton crashed a Berklee P-Funk Ensemble rehearsal for an MTV special a few years ago. Next month, he returns to the college to teach a four-day residency, perform a concert, and accept an honorary degree.
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Funkin’ Right!

At the age of 70, George Clinton continues to record and tour tirelessly, energizing sold out crowds worldwide and partnering with DC NetCast Media Group to reignite his music and publishing catalogue through the exploitation of new media. In a quest to recover a bevy of intellectual properties that were allegedly pilfered early in his career, Clinton filed an aggressive litigation on Monday that completes a decade long struggle to recover what is his.
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Mothership: The Decatur Connection

Mothership: The Decatur Connection is a collaborative project between funk legend, George Clinton, and hip-hop artist, Aleon Craft. This is the first time George Clinton (of Parliament Funkadelic) has linked up with a hip-hop artist for a complete, new project. George Clinton recorded 3 new records for the project, however, Mothership: The Decatur Connection consists of elements from… Aleon Craft’s Mothership Decatur (2011 Mixtape), the Parliament-Funkedelic catalog and original recordings from both Aleon Craft and George Clinton.
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NY Poopaganda

A recent story circulating the internet, print and radio media was misleading. On February 19, 2012, the New York Post published a factually incorrect story claiming that Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee, George Clinton “doesn’t own the rights to any music he created from 1976 to 1983” because of a Florida judge’s ruling last month, which falsely suggests that there was some type of 2012 ruling in a current court case regarding George Clinton’s music rights. There is/was no such 2012 proceeding in Florida, or anywhere else, which conceivably supports the existence of this New York Post “story” in the worst sense of the word.
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