2018 two CD collection. This updated collection of Chuck Brown's hits replaces The Best of Chuck Brown and includes seven tracks not previously available and twelve tracks not on the previous Best Of, all remastered for this definitive collection. Chuck Brown created Washington DC's Go-Go sound in the early '70s and scored his biggest hit with Bustin' Loose in 1978, sampled in Nelly's smash 'Hot in Herre' in 2002. His most prolific period of recording came in the final 12 years of his life, when he released five Billboard charting albums including the #1 Billboard Independent, #2 Billboard R&B charting We're About the Business in 2007. A posthumous album Beautiful Life was released in 2014. In 2016 BET's Unsung released a Chuck Brown episode, Chuck Brown was inducted into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame and a Chuck Brown Lottery Ticket was released. A significant Chuck Brown exhibit lives at the Smithsonian National African American Museum of History and Culture. Washington, DC renamed a street in DC "Chuck Brown Way" during his lifetime, and after his loss the 1.8 million dollar Chuck Brown Memorial Park was unveiled. His music continues to be licensed, including in a recent episode of The Simpsons and Unsolved. The Chuck Brown Band continues to perform, keeping his music and legacy alive.