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This Time Make It Funky

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Released  May 1, 1991
Length  5:26
Genre  Pop R&B
Label  Capitol
Format  CD single Cassette single 12" single
Writer(s)  C. Carlisle Matt Sherrod Paul Sherrod Sir Spence

"This Time Make It Funky" is the third single from Tracie Spencer's second album, Make the Difference. The single was released on May 1, 1991. As stated in the title, the track samples many different hip-hop beats and rhythms as Spencer tells the DJ (Sir Spence) to "drop the bass...and make it funky".


Chart information

"This Time Make It Funky" disappointed on the charts, following the top-ten success of Spencer's previous two singles. It reached #54 on The Billboard Hot 100 and #31 on the R&B Singles chart.

Music video

The 7" Mix was used for the music video. It begins with Spencer and dancers entering through a side door of a building. It features Spencer singing the song and Sir Spence performing his rap accompanied by dancers and light effects in the background.

Official versions/remixes

  • LP Version (5:27)
  • Radio Mix (4:26)
  • 7" Mix (4:35)
  • Extended Instrumental (5:44)
  • Extended Mix (6:36)
  • Short & Funky Mix (3:59)
  • T-Funk II (5:38)
  • Funky Guitar Mix (5:37)
  • References

    This Time Make It Funky Wikipedia

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