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Bob Seger Brings Back His #1 For Eddie Murphy's #4

In celebration of the release of Netflix's Beverly Hills Cop 4, Bob Seger has re-released the video for his #1 hit "Shakedown," from the Beverly Hills Cop II soundtrack.

The song was originally to be a sequel song for Glenn Fry, who recorded "The Heat is On" for the first Beverly Hills Cop movie, but Fry didn't like the lyrics, so the song was then offered to Seger who scored his only #1 with the hit. Being that Axel Foley is a Detroit cop, the filmmakers wanted a Detroit singer on the song, and both Fry and Seger are famously from the Motor City. When Seger agreed to do the song, he got a call from Fry who said "At least we kept the money in Michigan!"

Seger gave Fry his start in music, when he used him as a bassist and singer on the single "Ramblin Gamblin Man". He, would later offer Fry a spot in the Silver Bullet Band, but Fry had to decline as his parents thought he was too young to go off and tour with the band. Fry would eventually graduate from school, and move to L.A. where he would later become a founding member of the Eagles.

Detroit really is "Rock City"!


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