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Today the booty gods have graced us with new music from Dylan Charles Germick of Oakland band Planet Booty and his friend and music partner Dave Moore from Brooklyn's Planet Rump. This new collaboration is called Turbo Science and the sounds you're about to hear is suggestive, explicit, and sexual, but fully consensual.
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Joshua McClain and Dylan Charles Germick of Planet Booty are friends, in fact, Dylan suggested I have Josh on my podcast. Not because Josh makes body-positive, pro-sex, dance music for your ass cheeks, because he doesn't. Josh was recommended because he's F'n good musician whose popularity grew drastically due to his weekly streams during this...
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Music Producer and Filmmaker, Flynt Flossy (of Turquoise Jeep Records) releases a visual to "Rough Month" a single off of his latest critically acclaimed EP "Perplexed Portrait." He teams up with RnB juggernaut Whatchya and the unapologetically funky Oakland band, Planet Booty.
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"Ladies and gentlemen and everyone in between. We are here today to celebrate life, love, funk, sweat, but most importantly we're here to celebrate BOOTAY. No matter your age, your shape, your color, your creed, your sexual orientation, your gender, or lack thereof. We are here right now today to show each and every one...
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In reference to the song, lead singer Dylan Germick said, "Josh originally came up with the idea of making a banger about staying home long before COVID and the social unrest we find ourselves in today. We felt that it was important to put this out now so at the very least it could provide...
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