THE GAP BAND - Disrespect
The Gap Band was originally formed in Tulsa, Oklahoma In 1967 by the three Wilson brothers - Charlie, Ronnie and Robert. In 1973 they shortened their name from The Greenwood Archer and Pine Street Band to The Gap Band. After 43 years together, the band officially retired in 2010. In 1984 The Gap Band released their Gap Band VI album, which was originally intended to be the solo debut of Charlie Wilson. The Gap Band VI album featured the song Disrespect, a song that is rumored to be dissing Prince over something he said or did. The video for the song was animated by p-funk artist Overton Loyd, and it was one of the first animated music videos featured on BET in it's early years - MTV wasn't playing R&B yet.
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When I was part of a band, I have always that it will be the end of my career. Well, we were never really popular, and after five years I just gave up with it. If you ask me, I do not regret doing it. I was able to try out what I wanted to do in life, sure, I might have failed, but that is what life is all about. I would rather regret doing something, then regret not having done anything.
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