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    Mtume (pronounced em-tu-may) was an American funk and soul group that rose to prominence during the early 1980s and had several R&B hits during its career. Its founder, former percussionist James Mtume, previously played and toured with Miles Davis in the early 1970s.

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    James Forman (January 3, 1946 – January 9, 2022), known professionally as Mtume or James Mtume, was an American jazz and R&B musician, songwriter, record producer, activist, and radio personality. He came to prominence as a jazz musician, working with Miles Davis between 1971 and 1975.

  3. 14 de jul. de 2016 · Music video by Mtume performing Juicy Fruit. (C) 1983 Sony BMG Music Entertainment

  4. With decades of balance between his music and sociopolitical awareness, James Mtume proves a musician’s profile can reflect more than just their art. A master at pressing the boundaries—whether as a composer, producer, songwriter, or activist—he has carved an indelible impression since the 1970’s.

  5. Learn about James Mtume, a multi-talented artist who blended jazz, funk, and R&B into his own "Sophistafunk" style. From playing with Miles Davis to creating hits like "Juicy Fruit" and "What Ya Gonna Do With My Lovin'", he also used his music to express his sociopolitical views and African culture.

  6. 11 de ene. de 2022 · James Mtume, the musician, songwriter, producer, bandleader and talk-radio host whose 1983 hit “Juicy Fruit” has been sampled in more than 100 songs, died on Sunday at his home in South Orange ...

  7. American jazz and R&B musician, songwriter, record producer, activist, and radio personality, better known by his stage name James Mtume, born January 3, 1946 in Philadelphia, died January 9, 2022. James was raised in a musical family where his father and uncles formed a band "The Heath Brothers".