Prince reclaimed commercial momentum in 1991 and, as was so often the case, decided to swerve sharply away from the middle of the road.
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Prince was always very clear that his 1993 name change wasn't an attempt to escape his record contract, but rather an opportunity for creative rebirth.
Andre Cymone and his family welcomed Prince into their home at a young age. But like many brothers, their relationship could get quite competitive.
In the wake of Prince's sudden death, his long-discussed vault of songs transformed from mythical idea to stark reality.
Glenn Morrow, a fixture on the Hoboken, N.J., indie rock scene for decades, is back with a new band and his first album since 1990.
Common knowledge has long held that Prince's "The Beautiful Ones" was written for Susannah Melvoin. He begged to differ.
Prince recorded the Rolling Stones' hit for a 1993 album that never got released.
Chris Cornell's video for "The Promise" puts a spotlight on the global refugee crisis.
Writing songs for a superhero blockbuster didn't seem like the type of thing Prince would be interested in, but he made an exception in 1989.
A relentless beat, guitar histrionics and a falsetto voice singing about wanting sex. Sound familiar?