Ohio Players Founder And Funk Legend Junie Morrison Has Died

The Ohio Players and funk legend, Junie Morrison has died, he was 62.

 Morris, the brainchild behind hits, “Pain,” “Pleasure,” “Ecstasy,” and the oft-sampled “Funky Worm,” was beloved by countless musicians in the industry, while bending genres to his creative whim. After leaving the band in 1974, he would release three solo albums (When We Do, Freeze and Suzie Supergroupie).

Read more on the legendary life of this funk pioneer here 

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