Back in 1994, Prince showed he was an early adopter of technology and its possibilities when he released the CD-ROM 'Prince Interactive.'
365 Prince Songs - Page 3
"Soft and Wet," Prince's debut single, arrived on his 20th birthday, June 7, 1978.
Prince scored another No. 1 when he wrote "Batdance" after seeing a rough cut of Tim Burton's 1989 film 'Batman.'
The sleazy funk of "Erotic City" was the flip side to "Let's Go Crazy."
Prince espoused a vegan philosophy in a 1998 song he wrote for PETA, "Animal Kingdom."
Nearly three decades before he became president, Prince had Donald Trump on his mind, and wrote about him for a song credited to the Time.
"D.M.S.R.," which stands for "Dance Music Sex Romance," was an eight-minute groove from '1999.'
The closing track of Prince's final album is filled with so much energy that it's just impossible to believe 'Big City' turned out to be his last song.
Prince's career-opening title track on 1978's 'For You' invited fans to join what would become a lengthy musical journey.
This was the first public sign that Prince's boundless creativity couldn't be constrained by normal release schedules.