The homegrown musical genre of Go-Go music, a funk and soul-influenced blend of African rhythms and chants, was born in the streets and clubs of the nation’s capital in the 70s.
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Chuck Brown, lovingly referred to as the “Godfather of Go-Go,” has remained as its patriarch for more than two decades. However, fans of “Chuck Baby” have been wondering why the longtime veteran has been missing in action for over two months. Yesterday, Brown’s daughter addressed the rumors of her father’s absence in the Washington Post.
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“He has pneumonia,” said KK Brown, one of her father’s band members. “He is in the hospital, he is recovering and people need to just keep praying for him.” KK Brown did not elaborate on her father’s condition, only saying that he has been hospitalized for the last two months.