The celebrated musicians have still got it as they released their firststudio recording in over a decade with Still Kool. Their eclectic style has not been sacrificed as Still Kool features an array of songs ranging from r&b to pop to some funk. World affairs are at the focus of most of their new tracks, as the gang tries to relay messages of faith and pleas for a better future. But it’s not all serious, as they still like to have some fun too. Creators of such hits as “Celebration” and “Jungle Boogie” ,you won’t fail to bob your had with tracks like “Bang Bang With the Gang”, “Give It Up,” and “Livin in the 21.”

The new album includes collaboration with up-and-coming vocalist Jirmad Gordon, who had been working on a project with the Gang’s co-founder Robert Bell’s son (who also contributed to the new album). Still Kool is a must have for both avid followers and new fans who are interested in getting acquainted with the Gang’s style. It is the kind of CD you can have for any time of day and night, and for any mood as it helps lift your spirits when feeling down or gets you ready for a night on the town.

Recorded in New York, New Jersey and Los Angeles at Sony, 4th Quarter and Alley Cat Studios, “Still Kool” was produced by Khalis Bayyan, George Brown and Curtis F. Williams. After 35 years of performing, 2 grammy awards, and over 70 million albums sold worldwide, Kool & The Gang IS . . . Still Kool.

You can find the album at most major retailers and online music shops. Label: New Door Records
Release Date: July 10, 2007

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