Twins account for about three in 100 births in the United States. In terms of Prince songwriting, such a double blessing happened at least once.
The importance and dissolution of the Revolution can be seen through three versions of Prince's unreleased Vault gem, 'Witness 4 the Prosecution.'
How an impromptu jam session between Prince and Morris Day turned into a fascinating, bizarre and funny 15-minute funk throwdown entitled "Cloreen Bacon Skin."
On 1992's "And God Created Woman," Prince opens up his purple paisley-bound book of Bible stories to the beginning.
During a period in which he was just beginning to deeply explore the pitched battles between good and evil, Prince found Batman and the Joker to be the perfect proxies.
After Prince caught Carmen Electra cheating on him, he wrote "Eye Hate U" and played it for her when they broke up.
A decade after producing a pair of albums for Mavis Staples, Prince reached into her family band's catalog for one of their civil rights anthems.
As part of Prince's 365 series, Diffuser looks at a film pitch set to music, a battle of the bands tale called "Coco Boys".
Prince takes voyeurism to a kinky, Prince-like extreme on 1994's "Pheromone."
On the first single from 'Dirty Mind,' Prince takes a close-minded woman to see people of all colors partying together.