80s Slow Jam Lovers Will Groove Along To This Soul Train-Inspired Pharrell Happy Remix (Audio)

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Atlanta, Georgia party-rockers ForteBowie are known throughout Fulton and Dekalb counties. However, following this flip of Pharrell’s Oscar-nominated “Happy,” word is expanding. This “1988 Soul Train Remix” features a flip of Keith Sweat’s Make it Last Forever in a way that would make father Don Cornelius proud. If Pharrell is truly as timeless as they say, this reconsideration may just prove it.

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Scary thought that the ageless Skateboard P was soon working with Teddy Riley, who produced Make it Last Forever, in ’88.

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