Come – Prince

Prince’s overall fifteenth studio album came when he was right at the height of his battle with Warner Brothers Records. It was originally scheduled for released in 1993 in an effort to partially complete his contract with the label, however they felt it was lacklustre, so he was asked to go back into the studio and perfect it: This was the end result. Continue reading

3121 – Prince

In early 2005, Prince received an award from the National Association for the Advancement of Colour People, which was immediately followed by him dazzling the crowd with live performances of “House Quake,” James Brown’s “I Don’t Want Nobody To Give Me Nothing,” Aretha Franklin’s “I’ll Never Love A Man the Way I Love You.” Continue reading