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BASKETBALL — About that song : Ain't No Stoppin' Us Now is a 1979 funk/disco track performed by American rhythm and blues duo (Gene) McFad- den & (John) Whitehead from their debut album, says Wikipedia. They wrote and produced the song along with keyboard player Jerry Cohen. The song is about succeeding despite having faced previous disadvantages (“so many things that held us down” one line in the song stated). It was widely interpreted to be about the experience of the African American community, and after attaining popularity, became referred to as “the new black national anthem.” Kelefa Sanneh noted the song was “an exuberant number often interpreted as an expression of Black pride,” but also that the authors of the song were in a dispute over royalties with their record la...