How to Mow Your Lawn to Funk Music

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Contributors: Andranick Tanguiane, Fred Lerdahl,


How to Mow Your Lawn to Funk Music is a guide that shows you the best way to mow your lawn to funk music.

Prepping Your Lawn

You’ve decided to mow your lawn to funk music. This is an excellent decision. Funky lawns are the best kind of lawns. The first step is to prep your lawn. This means deciding what kind of funk music you want to mow your lawn to.


Mowing your lawn may seem like a simple task, but there’s a right way and a wrong way to do it. If you want your lawn to look its best, you need to take a few things into consideration, such as the type of grass you have, the time of year, and the length of your grass.

The type of grass you have will determine how often you need to mow. For example, Bermuda grass should be mowed once a week during the growing season, while fescue grass only needs to be mowed every two weeks. You also need to take into account the time of year. In the spring and fall, when the grass is growing more slowly, you can mow less often. But during the summer, when the grass is growing quickly, you’ll need to mow more frequently.

The third thing to consider is the length of your grass. The general rule of thumb is to never remove more than one-third of the length of thegrass with each mowing. So if your grass is 3 inches tall, you should only mow it down to 2 inches. Mowing any shorter than that will stress out your grass and make it more susceptible to disease and pests.

Now that you know how often to mow and how short to cut yourgrass, it’s time to get started! Make sure you have all the necessary equipment before you begin, such as a lawnmower, fuel, oil, and a sharp blade. Once you have everything you need, start mowing in rows from one side of your lawn to the other. If possible, try to avoid going over the same spot twice so that you don’t compact the soil. And last but not least – don’t forget to enjoy yourself! Put on some good music or listen to a podcast while you work – it’ll make the time go by faster!


Edging is the process of cutting the perimeter of your lawn to create a clean, sharp line between the lawn and sidewalks, Driveways or flower beds. You can edge with a variety of tools, but a lawn edger is the easiest way to get the job done. You’ll need to use a bit more pressure when edging along hard surfaces like concrete, but be careful not to gouge the surface. A power lawn edger can make quick work of large areas, but it’s important to use caution when operating this type of equipment.


Fertilizing should be incorporated into your lawn care routine to help your lawn stay green and lush. The type of fertilizer you use will depend on the type of grass you have, so be sure to read the labels carefully. For most types of grass, you should fertilize three times a year — once in the spring, once in the summer and once in the fall. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s instructions on how much product to use.

If you have an organic lawn, you can use compost as a fertilizer. Simply spread it over your lawn and let it work its magic!

Mowing to Funk Music

Funk music is a great way to get motivated to mow your lawn. The beats are fast and the lyrics are fun. You can mow your lawn in no time with the right funk playlist. Here’s how to do it.

Choose the Right Funk Music

It’s official, funk is the best genre of music to mow your lawn to. But not just any funk will do — you need to choose the right funk. The best funk songs have a few key elements that make them perfect for mowing: a solid groove, horn riffage, and of course, a bit of attitude. Here are five of our favorite funk songs to mow your lawn to.

“Super Freak” by Rick James
This 1981 classic has everything you need in a good funk song: a thumping bassline, catchy horn hooks, and Rick James’s signature swagger. It’s the perfect song to get you moving and grooving while you mow.

“Get Up (I Feel Like Being a) Sex Machine” by James Brown
No list of funk songs would be complete without the Godfather of Funk himself, James Brown. This 1970 track is guaranteed to get your blood pumping and your feet moving — perfect for mowing the lawn.

“Brick House” by The Commodores
This 1977 hit by The Commodores is a funky ode to curvy women everywhere. It’s got a great groove that will keep you moving while you mow, and the horn section will keep you motivated.

” Give Up the Funk (Tear the Roof Off the Sucker)” by Parliament Funkadelic
This classic 1976 track by Parliament Funkadelic is seven minutes of pure unadulterated funk. It’s got a great groove that will keep you moving, and the lyrics will inspire you to “tear the roof off the sucker” — aka, mow your lawn with reckless abandon.

“Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars
This 2014 smash hit by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars has taken the world by storm — and for good reason. It’s got all the elements of a great funk song: a catchy hook, thumping bassline, and horn section. Plus, it’s just plain fun to sing along to while you’re mowing your lawn.

Set Up Your Stereo

First, you’ll need to set up your stereo. If you have an outdoor speakers, great! If not, you can still use your indoor speakers, just be sure to keep them away from any windows so they don’t get wet.

Turn your stereo on and put on your favorite funk album. Make sure the volume is loud enough that you can hear it over the sound of the lawn mower, but not so loud that it will bother your neighbors.

Now you’re ready to start mowing!

Mow in Time With the Music

Many people think that mowing the lawn is a chore, but it doesn’t have to be! One great way to make mowing the lawn more fun is to do it in time with your favorite music.

Here are a few tips to help you get started:

– Choose a funk song that has a good rhythm. This will help you keep a consistent pace while you’re mowing.
– Listen to the song a few times before you start mowing so you know what to expect.
– Start mowing slowly at first so you can get used to the rhythm of the song. Once you get comfortable, you can pick up the pace.
– If you make a mistake or lose your place, don’t worry! Just keep moving and enjoy the music.

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