The Roots Seek 'Life, Love & Loot' for Captain Morgan

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?uestlove of the Roots performs at the 3rd Annual Roots Picnic at the Festival Pier on June 5, 2010 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

In between numerous gigs, recording their 13th album "Undun" (Dec. 6), as well as playing 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' on a nightly basis, The Roots truly prove there's no rest for the wicked. Continuing in such a spirit is their latest "To Life, Love & Loot" courtesy of Captain Morgan.

"We felt real comfortable with it and we welcome the challenge of sort of stepping out of our musical comfort zone to try a different stylistic approach," said ?uestlove of the fuzzy 70's rock-inspired track.

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"The Roots sort of embody all sorts of musical styles and what not, but I'll say that we've not ever done a track this aggressive and hard sounding," he said. "It's like a funk rock track, if you will."

Back at their 'Jimmy Fallon' gig, The Roots will have a special guest sitting in on Friday (October 28). "For his Le Freak book, Nile Rodgers will be sitting with us on Friday." Questo is apparently a fan of the recent release, as he tweeted to Rodgers: "@nilerodgers I'm on chapter 7 man! Loving it!"