Pre-game news conferences, even for celebrated events like the Super Bowl, are typically staid events. Unless Prince is the featured guest.
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“Joy in Repetition” is one of the unheralded gems of Prince's commercially released catalog.
"Girls & Boys" was used in a pivotal scene in Prince's underrated movie 'Under the Cherry Moon.'
Vanity 6's "If a Girl Answers (Don't Hang Up)" was an early opportunity for Prince's fans to see his sense of humor.
Prince covered Bonnie Raitt's hit in 1996, cementing a friendship between the two that stretched back a decade earlier.
The 100th song in Diffuser's Prince 365 series is "100 MPH," a track made popular by Mazarati.
Despite being the 77th track on a nine-song album that wasn't even released in America, the Force was strong with 'Laydown."
Prince entered the '90s bearing little resemblance to the Prince who entered the '80s.
Prince ironically used a taboo word for female genitalia as the name of one of his strongest woman characters.
Dez Dickerson had to change his phone number when the Prince-penned "777-9311" became a 1982 hit for the Time.