Stir IT Up (Patti La Belle Song) - Cover

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LaBelle re-recorded "Stir It Up" alongside Joss Stone for the soundtrack to the 2005 Disney animated feature film Chicken Little. This version was produced by Mark Hammond, and it charted at number 61 on the Japanese J-Wave Tokio Hot 100 airplay chart.

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