Wendy & Lisa Extend an Olive Branch on ‘Lolly Lolly (According to Prince)’: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince provided a remix for "Lolly Lolly," a track from Wendy & Lisa's second album, 'Fruit at the Bottom.'
Prince Buries His Feelings by Hiding ‘Wasted Kisses’: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
"Wasted Kisses" was the hidden track on the third and final New Power Generation album, 'Newpower Soul.'
By Deleting ‘Guess Who’s Knockin,’ Prince Creates a Gold Rush: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince deletes a Paul McCartney-referencing song from his album, creating a gold rush for Prince collectors.
Prince Rescues ‘Ripopgodazippa’ From a Notoriously Bad Film: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince affects a Jamaican accent for “Ripopgodazippa," a track that was featured in the film 'Showgirls.'
In ‘The Dance,’ Prince Takes No Chance on Romance: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
"The Dance" was one of Prince's most devastatingly lovelorn ballads since "The Beautiful Ones."
Prince Is Born Yet Again, as ‘One of Your Tears': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince reveals one of his many plans for life after death in "One of Your Tears."
‘Planet Earth’ Preaches (But Doesn’t Practice) Green Living: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
“Planet Earth”, the title track of Prince’s 32nd album, alludes to an eco-conscious worldview, but its distribution was anything but green.
Prince Rages Against the Machine in ‘Golden Parachute': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Diffuser takes the leap with 'Golden Parachute', Prince's ode to music legend Clive Davis, from his 30th album, 'The Slaughterhouse.'
Several Versions of Prince’s ‘If I Could Get Your Attention’ Compete for Yours: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince gave "If I Could Get Your Attention" to Jill Jones, Taja Sevelle and Mayte before recording it for himself.
‘Free Urself’ Rides the Crest of Prince’s Final Tidal Wave: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
"Free Urself" was the final non-album single Prince released during his lifetime.