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Bonus Beats Thursday Remake Retake “It’s A Man’s World” [VIDEO] [POLL]

Now today’s “Bonus Beats Thursday—Remake Retake” is truly a classic. This song takes you all the way back to 1966 and was originally made famous by the Godfather of soul brother James Brown.

On November 11, 2008 the CD “Soul” was released by Seal. The London born artist first emerged from Britain’s house music scene in the early 90’s providing vocals and lyrics for a number of different artists. He is best known for songs like: “Kiss From A Rose”, “Fly Like An Eagle”, and his top 10 release “Crazy”.

The “Soul” CD contains a number of covers by James Brown, Sam Cooke, Harold Melvin & The Bluenotes and more.

Here’s his version of “It’s A Man’s Man’s Man’s World”.

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