Eddie Murphy: Party All The Time (Video)

I trace Eddie Murphy’s alleged yet documented sexual union with Johnny Gill to the Put Your Mouth On Me (Columbia, 1989). With songs such as Boogie In Your Butt (Columbia, 1982) I dare you to contest me. With Eddie double-clapping every several bars I dare you to object.

Party All The Time featuring Rick James (Columbia, 1985) is only tenable, although composed by The King of Funk, once James Ambrose Johnson, Jr. (Rick's birth name) enters the track at 3:27 (per YouTube). Rick bears no formulations (mechanistic strutting) nor metronomic counting to catch the beat as Eddie depositions. Rick is no L7; conversely, Eddie is not Bustin' out of L Seven.

RIP Rick:
Cocaine is God's way of saying that you're making too much money.
Robin Williams


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