Listen To James Brown’s Previously Unreleased Track, “We Got To Change”

Universal Music Group let’s loose a previously unreleased track from James Brown titled “We Got To Change”.

James Brown might’ve passed on back on Christmas Day 2006 but his legacy continues to live on.

A perfect example of that is the release of his previously unreleased track, “We Got To Change”, which was recorded at Miami’s Criteria Studios back in August 16, 1970 after his James Brown Orchestra broke up.

Bootsy Collins, who would eventually become Brown’s bassist, had this to say…

Can you imagine James Brown saying, ‘We got to change’?’ Well, he did…And who’s playing bass? Little ol’ funky me. Let’s go!

Bootsy continues with…

James Brown always leaned into the social tip. He always was trying to keep the youngsters informed and the people informed on what’s going on. The new breed was coming in and certain things were going out. He loved to inform people on what was coming and what was going to be because he felt like he was part of it, and he was.”

You can give James Brown’s “We Got To Change” track a listen plus drop feedback in the comment box below…

James Brown’s “We Got To Change” track is part of a three-song EP which is available now to stream and cop on all major digital streaming platforms

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