One of side-A labels of U.S. vinyl single
|Single by Audio Two|
|from the album What More Can I Say?|
|A-side||"Make It Funky"|
|Released||October 15, 1987|
|Genre||Golden age hip hop|
|Label||First Priority Music|
|Producer(s)||Daddy-O, Audio Two|
|Audio Two singles chronology|
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