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What does PFUNK stand for?

PFUNK stands for Parliament Funkadelic (band)

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Menelik's Playlist: "Award Tour" - A Tribe Called Quest (Listen) "Cars" - Gary Newman (Listen) "Brazilian Rhyme Interlude" - Earth, Wind, and Fire "Numbers" - Kraftwerk "She's Always in my Hair" - Prince "One Nation Under a Groove" - George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic (Listen) "Hynotized" - Notorious B.
Funk music, the roots of rap's thumping rhythms and streetwise rhymes, gets a nod in a showcase of Robert Randolph & the Family Band; Earth, Wind & Fire; OutKast; and Parliament Funkadelic.
The Chicago Tribune raved, "Earth, Wind & Fire, Parliament Funkadelic, Robert Randolph & the Family Band and Outkast offered a funk primer, with Randolph stealing the show by proving that the pedal steel-guitar -- that staple of country-and-western weepers -- can get down like nobody's business.
Additional friends of McDonald's attending various events for the brand included: 365Black Awards co-hosts Tom Joyner and Angela Bassett, New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, Award-winning journalist and CNN commentator Roland Martin, R&B and soul singer Stephanie Mills, Gospel singing sensation Hezekiah Walker, Morris Day & the Time, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Alexander & Cherelle, Shamarr Allen & the Undersdawgs.