Prince's "The Cross" speaks of peace and redemption, and is one of his greatest, most dynamic songs.
Recorded exactly 31 years before his own death, the mournful ballad "Sometimes It Snows in April" became Prince's unintended eulogy.
A video for “King of a One Horse Town,” a track off of Black Keyes frontman and co-producer Dan Auerbach’s upcoming solo album, was released today.
Prince's list of B-sides is long. His list of great B-sides is pretty long too.
Prince surprised a Coachella crowd by performing Radiohead's "Creep." Then he spent seven years preventing people from seeing it.
On April 25, 2008, Prince shared a gem of a song named "Turn Me Loose" with a national TV audience - and then never performed it again.
We spoke with three members of the Revolution and Vernon Reid about Prince's smash hit, "Let's Go Crazy."
After the heaviness of 'Sign 'O' the Times' and the darkness of the 'Black Album,' Prince gave the antidote in "Alphabet St.," the first single from 'Lovesexy.'
A ballad Prince wrote after his breakup with Susannah Melvoin is the Holy Grail for Prince collectors.
Prince's "Anna Stesia" was the pivotal moment in 'Lovesexy,' his most spiritual album.