Funkadelic – (Not Just) Knee Deep

The song has been heavily sampled by many artists. Hip hop group De La Soul sampled the intro to the song in their hit “Me Myself and I“, which reached #34 on the Billboard Pop Charts and #1 on the R&B Charts.

Also LL Cool J (“Nitro”), Everlast (“Never Missin A Beat”), Tone Lōc (“Funky Cold Medina“), MC Hammer & Deion Sanders (“Straight to My Feet”), The rap group Mass 187 (“Swang Your Hips)”, G-Funk Intro & his unreleased track “Do U Remember”. Tha Dogg Pound used the sample in their unreleased track “Can’t C Us”. Geto Boys sampled the intro for “Homie Don’t Play That”. The Black Eyed Peas also used the beat behind it to remix their hit single “Shut Up“. X Clan sampled the song in “Funkin’ Lesson”. It was also interpolated in the song “Get Away” by Bobby Brown. In 2014, it was sampled in Jessie J‘s “Seal Me with a Kiss”.

EPMD sampled it in their song “Gold Digger”, and Digital Underground used it in two of their songs, “Kiss You Back” and “Bran Nu Swetta”.

Rapper Tupac Shakur sampled the song for his “Intro/Bomb First (My Second Reply)” and his Dr. Dre produced track “Can’t C Me”.

In 1997, Vanessa Williams sampled “Knee Deep” for her song “Happiness“.

Dr. Dre’s song, “Fuck wit Dre Day (And Everybody’s Celebratin’)“, is based on “Knee Deep”.

South Korean girl band Mamamoo song “Um Oh Ah Yeh” from their third mini-album Pink Funky was influenced from it.

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