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American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, and filmmaker

Prince Rogers Nelson (June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016) was an American singer, songwriter, musician, record producer, actor and filmmaker. A prominent music figure of the 1980s, Prince was known for his eclectic work, flamboyant stage presence, extravagant fashion sense and use of makeup, and wide vocal range. A multi-instrumentalist, he was considered a guitar virtuoso and was also skilled at playing the drums, percussion, bass, keyboards, and synthesizer. Prince pioneered the Minneapolis sound, which is a subgenre of funk rock with elements of synth-pop and new wave, in the late 1970s.[5]

Prince was born and raised in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and developed an interest in music as a young child; he wrote his first song, "Funk Machine", at the age of seven.[6] He signed a recording contract with Warner Bros. Records at the age of 17, and released his debut album For You in 1978. His 1979 album Prince went platinum, and his next three albums—Dirty Mind (1980), Controversy (1981), and 1999 (1982)—continued his success, showcasing his prominently explicit lyrics and blending of funk, dance, and rock music.[7] In 1984, he began referring to his backup band as the Revolution and released Purple Rain, the soundtrack album to his film debut. It quickly became his most critically and commercially successful release, spending 24 consecutive weeks atop the Billboard 200[8] and selling over 20 million copies worldwide.[9] After releasing the albums Around the World in a Day (1985) and Parade (1986), The Revolution disbanded, and Prince released the double album Sign o' the Times (1987) as a solo artist. He released three more solo albums before debuting The New Power Generation band in 1991.

In 1993, while in a contractual dispute with Warner Bros., he changed his stage name to an unpronounceable symbol (Logo. Hollow circle above downward arrow crossed with a curlicued horn-shaped symbol and then a short bar), also known as the "Love Symbol," and began releasing new albums at a faster rate to remove himself from contractual obligations. He released five records between 1994 and 1996 before signing with Arista Records in 1998. In 2000, he began referring to himself as "Prince" again. He released 16 albums after that, including the platinum-selling Musicology (2004). His final album, Hit n Run Phase Two, was first released on the Tidal streaming service on December 2015. Four months later, at the age of 57, Prince died of an accidental fentanyl overdose at his Paisley Park recording studio and home in Chanhassen, Minnesota.

Prince's innovative music integrated a wide variety of styles, including funk, rock, R&B, new wave, soul, psychedelia, and pop. He has sold over 100 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists of all time.[10] He won seven Grammy Awards,[11] six American Music Awards,[12] a Golden Globe Award,[13] and an Academy Award for the 1984 film Purple Rain.[14] He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004.[15]Rolling Stone ranked Prince at number 27 on their list of 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.[16]

Contents

  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Career
    • 2.1 1975–1984: Beginnings and breakthrough
    • 2.2 1984–1987: The Revolution, Purple Rain, and subsequent releases
    • 2.3 1987–1991: Solo again, Sign o' the Times
    • 2.4 1991–1994: The New Power Generation, Diamonds and Pearls, and name change
    • 2.5 1994–2000: The Gold Experience, Emancipation and Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic
    • 2.6 2000–2007: Turnaround, Musicology, label change, and 3121
    • 2.7 2007–2010: Super Bowl XLI, Planet Earth, and Lotusflower
    • 2.8 2010–2012: 20Ten and Welcome 2 Tours
    • 2.9 2013–2016: Return to Warner Bros., 3rdEyeGirl and HitNRun Tours and final years
  • 3 Illness and death
  • 4 Posthumous projects
  • 5 Artistry and legacy
  • 6 Legal issues
  • 7 Personal life
  • 8 Awards and nominations
  • 9 Discography
  • 10 Filmography
  • 11 Tours
  • 12 See also
  • 13 References
  • 14 Sources
  • 15 Further reading
  • 16 External links

Early life

The Minneapolis house where Prince stayed with André Cymone's family, pictured in August 2017[17]

Prince Rogers Nelson was born on June 7, 1958, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the son of jazz singer Mattie Della (née Shaw) and pianist and songwriter John Lewis Nelson.[18] His ancestry is centered in Louisiana, with all four of his grandparents hailing from that state.[19] Prince was given his father's stage name, Prince Rogers, which his father used while performing with his mother in a jazz group called the Prince Rogers Trio.[20] In 1991, Prince's father told A Current Affair that he named his son Prince because he wanted Prince "to do everything I wanted to do". Prince was not fond of his name and wanted people to instead call him Skipper, a name which stuck throughout his childhood.[20] Prince has said he was "born epileptic" and had seizures when he was young. He stated, "My mother told me one day I walked in to her and said, 'Mom, I'm not going to be sick anymore,' and she said, 'Why?' and I said, 'Because an angel told me so.'"[24]

Prince's younger sister, Tyka, was born on May 18, 1960.[25] Both siblings developed a keen interest in music, which was encouraged by their father.[27] Prince wrote his first song, "Funk Machine", on his father's piano when he was seven.[27] Prince's parents divorced when he was 10, and his mother remarried to Hayward Baker, with whom she had a son named Omarr; Prince had a troubled relationship with Baker, causing him to repeatedly switch homes, sometimes living with his father and sometimes with his mother and stepfather.[27][28] Baker took Prince to see James Brown in concert, and Prince credited Baker with improving the family's finances. After a brief period of living with his father, who bought him his first guitar, Prince moved into the basement of the Anderson family, his neighbors, after his father kicked him out. He befriended the Andersons' son, Andre, who later collaborated with Prince and became known as André Cymone.[29][30]

Prince attended Minneapolis' Bryant Junior High and then Central High School, where he played football, basketball, and baseball. He was a student at the Minnesota Dance Theatre through the Urban Arts Program of Minneapolis Public Schools.[31] He played on Central's junior varsity basketball team, and continued to play basketball recreationally as an adult.[32][33] Prince met Jimmy Jam in 1973 in junior high, and impressed Jimmy with his musical talent, early mastery of a wide range of instruments, and work ethic.[34]

Career

1975–1984: Beginnings and breakthrough

In 1975, Pepe Willie, the husband of Prince's cousin Shauntel, formed the band 94 East with Marcy Ingvoldstad and Kristie Lazenberry, hiring André Cymone and Prince to record tracks.[citation needed] Willie wrote the songs, and Prince contributed guitar tracks, and Prince and Willie co-wrote the 94 East song, "Just Another Sucker".[citation needed] The band recorded tracks which later became the album Minneapolis Genius – The Historic 1977 Recordings.[citation needed]

In 1976, Prince created a demo tape with producer Chris Moon, in Moon's Minneapolis studio.[citation needed] Unable to secure a recording contract, Moon brought the tape to Owen Husney, a Minneapolis businessman, who signed Prince, age 19, to a management contract, and helped him create a demo at Sound 80 Studios in Minneapolis (with producer/engineer David Z).[citation needed] The demo recording, along with a press kit produced at Husney's ad agency, resulted in interest from several record companies including Warner Bros. Records, A&M Records, and Columbia Records.[35]

With the help of Husney, Prince signed a recording contract with Warner Bros. The record company agreed to give Prince creative control for three albums and ownership of the publishing rights.[37] Husney and Prince then left Minneapolis and moved to Sausalito, California, where Prince's first album, For You, was recorded at Record Plant Studios. The album was mixed in Los Angeles and released on April 7, 1978. According to the For You album notes, Prince wrote, produced, arranged, composed, and played all 27 instruments on the recording, except for the song "Soft and Wet", whose lyrics were co-written by Moon. The cost of recording the album was twice Prince's initial advance. Prince used the Prince's Music Co. to publish his songs. "Soft and Wet" reached No. 12 on the Hot Soul Singles chart and No. 92 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song "Just as Long as We're Together" reached No. 91 on the Hot Soul Singles chart.

Ticket to Prince's first performance with his band in January 1979

In 1979, Prince created a band with André Cymone on bass, Dez Dickerson on guitar, Gayle Chapman and Doctor Fink on keyboards, and Bobby Z. on drums. Their first show was at the Capri Theater on January 5, 1979. Warner Bros. executives attended the show but decided that Prince and the band needed more time to develop his music.[page needed] In October 1979, Prince released the album Prince, which was No. 4 on the Billboard Top R&B/Black Albums charts and No. 22 on the Billboard 200, and went platinum. It contained two R&B hits: "Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?" and "I Wanna Be Your Lover", which sold over a million copies, and reached No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 for two weeks on the Hot Soul Singles chart. Prince performed both these songs on January 26, 1980, on American Bandstand. On this album, Prince used Ecnirp Music – BMI.[40]

In 1980, Prince released the album Dirty Mind, which contained sexually explicit material, including the title song, "Head", and the song "Sister", and was described by Stephen Thomas Erlewine as a "stunning, audacious amalgam of funk, new wave, R&B, and pop, fueled by grinningly salacious sex and the desire to shock."[41] Recorded in Prince's own studio, this album was certified gold, and the single "Uptown" reached No. 5 on the Billboard Dance chart and No. 5 on the Hot Soul Singles chart. Prince was also the opening act for Rick James' 1980 Fire It Up tour.

In February 1981, Prince made his first appearance on Saturday Night Live, performing "Partyup". In October 1981, Prince released the album, Controversy. He played several dates in support of it, as the first of three opening acts for the Rolling Stones, on their US tour. In Los Angeles, Prince was forced off the stage after just three songs by audience members throwing trash at him.[42] He began 1982 with a small tour of college towns where he was the headlining act. The songs on Controversy were published by Controversy Music[43] – ASCAP, a practice he continued until the Emancipation album in 1996. By 2002, MTV News noted that "[n]ow all of his titles, liner notes and Web postings are written in his own shorthand spelling, as seen on 1999's Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic, which featured 'Hot Wit U.'"[44]

In 1981, Prince formed a side project band called the Time. The band released four albums between 1981 and 1990, with Prince writing and performing most of the instrumentation and backing vocals (sometimes credited under the pseudonyms "Jamie Starr" or "The Starr Company"), with lead vocals by Morris Day. In late 1982, Prince released a double album, 1999, which sold over three million copies.[47] The title track was a protest against nuclear proliferation and became Prince's first top 10 hit in countries outside the US. Prince's "Little Red Corvette" was one of the first two videos by black artists (along with Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean") played in heavy rotation on MTV, which had been perceived as against "black music" until CBS President Walter Yetnikoff threatened to pull all CBS videos.[48] Prince and Jackson had a competitive rivalry, not just on musical success, but also athletically too.[50] The song "Delirious" also placed in the top ten on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. "International Lover" earned Prince his first Grammy Award nomination at the 26th Annual Grammy Awards.[51]

1984–1987: The Revolution, Purple Rain, and subsequent releases

During this period Prince referred to his band as the Revolution.[52][53] The band's name was also printed, in reverse, on the cover of 1999 inside the letter "I" of the word "Prince". The band consisted of Lisa Coleman and Doctor Fink on keyboards, Bobby Z. on drums, Brown Mark on bass, and Dez Dickerson on guitar. Jill Jones, a backing singer, was also part of the lineup for the 1999 album and tour. Following the 1999 Tour, Dickerson left the group for religious reasons. In the book Possessed: The Rise and Fall of Prince (2003), author Alex Hahn says that Dickerson was reluctant to sign a three-year contract and wanted to pursue other musical ventures. Dickerson was replaced by Coleman's friend Wendy Melvoin.[52] At first the band was used sparsely in the studio, but this gradually changed during 1983.

According to his former manager Bob Cavallo, in the early 1980s Prince required his management to obtain a deal for him to star in a major motion picture, despite the fact that his exposure at that point was limited to several pop and R&B hits, music videos and occasional TV performances. This resulted in the hit film Purple Rain (1984), which starred Prince and was loosely autobiographical, and the eponymous studio album, which was also the soundtrack to the film.[53] The Purple Rain album sold more than 13 million copies in the US and spent 24 consecutive weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. The film won Prince an Academy Award for Best Original Song Score[57] and grossed over  million in the US (4 million in 2018 dollars[58]).[59][60] Songs from the film were hits on pop charts around the world; "When Doves Cry" and "Let's Go Crazy" reached No. 1, and the title track reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.[61] At one point in 1984, Prince simultaneously had the No. 1 album, single, and film in the US; it was the first time a singer had achieved this feat. The Purple Rain album is ranked 72nd in Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time;[64] it is also included on the list of Time magazine's All-Time 100 Albums. The album also produced two of Prince's first three Grammy Awards earned at the 27th Annual Grammy Awards—Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal and Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media.[51]

In late 1984, pop artist Andy Warhol created the painting, Orange Prince (1984). Vanity Fair reproduced Warhol's portrait to accompany an article Purple Fame in the November 1984 edition, and claimed that the silkscreen image with its pop colors captured the recording artist "at the height of his powers". The 1984 Vanity Fair article was one of the first global media pieces written as a critical appreciation of the musician, which coincided with the start of the 98-date Purple Rain Tour.[66]

Prince performing in Brussels during the Hit N Run Tour in 1986

After Tipper Gore heard her 11-year-old daughter Karenna listening to Prince's song "Darling Nikki" (which gained wide notoriety for its sexual lyrics and a reference to masturbation), she founded the Parents Music Resource Center.[67] The center advocated the mandatory use of a warning label ("Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics") on the covers of records that have been judged to contain language or lyrical content unsuitable for minors. The recording industry later voluntarily complied with this request.[68]

In 1985, Prince announced that he would discontinue live performances and music videos after the release of his next album. His subsequent recording, Around the World in a Day (1985), held the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 for three weeks. From that album, the single "Raspberry Beret" reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100, and "Pop Life" reached No. 7.[61]

In 1986, his album Parade reached No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and No. 2 on the R&B charts. The first single, "Kiss", with the video choreographed by Louis Falco, reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.[61] (The song was originally written for a side project called Mazarati.) In the same year, the song "Manic Monday", written by Prince and recorded by the Bangles, reached No. 2 on the Hot 100 chart. The album Parade served as the soundtrack for Prince's second film, Under the Cherry Moon (1986). Prince directed and starred in the movie, which also featured Kristin Scott Thomas. Although the Parade album went platinum and sold two million copies,[69][70] the film Under the Cherry Moon received a Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture (tied with Howard the Duck), and Prince received Golden Raspberry Awards for Worst Director, Worst Actor, and Worst Original Song (for the song "Love or Money").[71]

In 1986, Prince began a series of live performances called the Hit n Run – Parade Tour. After the tour Prince disbanded the Revolution and fired Wendy & Lisa.[53] Brown Mark quit the band; keyboardist Doctor Fink remained. Prince recruited new band members Miko Weaver on guitar, Atlanta Bliss on trumpet, and Eric Leeds on saxophone.

1987–1991: Solo again, Sign o' the Times

Prior to the disbanding of the Revolution, Prince was working on two separate projects, the Revolution album Dream Factory and a solo effort, Camille. Unlike the three previous band albums, Dream Factory included input from the band members and featured songs with lead vocals by Wendy & Lisa. The Camille project saw Prince create a new androgynous persona primarily singing in a sped-up, female-sounding voice. With the dismissal of the Revolution, Prince consolidated material from both shelved albums, along with some new songs, into a three-LP album to be titled Crystal Ball. Warner Bros. forced Prince to trim the triple album to a double album, and Sign o' the Times was released on March 31, 1987.

The album peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The first single, "Sign o' the Times", charted at No. 3 on the Hot 100.[76] The follow-up single, "If I Was Your Girlfriend", charted at No. 67 on the Hot 100 but went to No. 12 on R&B chart.[76] The third single, a duet with Sheena Easton, "U Got the Look", charted at No. 2 on the Hot 100 and No. 11 on the R&B chart,[76] and the final single, "I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man", finished at No. 10 on Hot 100 and No. 14 on the R&B chart.[76]

It was named the top album of the year by the Pazz & Jop critics' poll and sold 3.2 million copies. In Europe it performed well, and Prince promoted the album overseas with a lengthy tour. Putting together a new backing band from the remnants of the Revolution, Prince added bassist Levi Seacer Jr., keyboardist Boni Boyer, and dancer/choreographer Cat Glover to go with new drummer Sheila E and holdovers Miko Weaver, Doctor Fink, Eric Leeds, Atlanta Bliss, and the Bodyguards (Jerome, Wally Safford, and Greg Brooks) for the Sign o' the Times Tour.

The Sign o' the Times tour was a success overseas, and Warner Bros. and Prince's managers wanted to bring it to the US to promote sales of the album; Prince balked at a full US tour, as he was ready to produce a new album. As a compromise, the last two nights of the tour were filmed for release in movie theaters. The film quality was deemed subpar, and reshoots were performed at Prince's Paisley Park studios. The film Sign o' the Times was released on November 20, 1987. The film got better reviews than Under the Cherry Moon, but its box-office receipts were minimal, and it quickly left theaters.

The next album intended for release was The Black Album. More instrumental and funk- and R&B-themed than recent releases,The Black Album also saw Prince experiment with hip hop on the songs "Bob George" and "Dead on It". Prince was set to release the album with a monochromatic black cover with only the catalog number printed, but after 500,000 copies had been pressed, Prince had a spiritual epiphany that the album was evil and had it recalled. It was later released by Warner Bros. as a limited edition album in 1994.

Prince went back in the studio for eight weeks and recorded Lovesexy. Released on May 10, 1988, Lovesexy serves as a spiritual opposite to the dark The Black Album. Every song is a solo effort by Prince, except "Eye No", which was recorded with his backing band at the time. Lovesexy reached No. 11 on the Billboard 200 and No. 5 on the R&B albums chart.[87] The lead single, "Alphabet St.", peaked at No. 8 on the Hot 100 and No. 3 on the R&B chart; it sold 750,000 copies.

Prince again took his post-Revolution backing band (minus the Bodyguards) on a three leg, 84-show Lovesexy World Tour; although the shows were well-received by huge crowds, they failed to make a net profit due to the expensive sets and props.

Prince performing during his Nude Tour in 1990

In 1989, Prince appeared on Madonna's studio album Like a Prayer, co-writing and singing the duet "Love Song" and playing electric guitar (uncredited) on the songs "Like a Prayer", "Keep It Together", and "Act of Contrition". He also began work on several musical projects, including Rave Unto the Joy Fantastic and early drafts of his Graffiti Bridge film, but both were put on hold when he was asked by Batman (1989) director Tim Burton to record several songs for the upcoming live-action adaptation. Prince went into the studio and produced an entire nine-track album that Warner Bros. released on June 20, 1989. Batman peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200,[93] selling 4.3 million copies. The single "Batdance" topped the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B charts.

The single "The Arms of Orion", with Sheena Easton, charted at No. 36, and "Partyman" (also featuring the vocals of Prince's then-girlfriend, nicknamed Anna Fantastic) charted at No. 18 on the Hot 100 and at No. 5 on the R&B chart, while the love ballad "Scandalous!" went to No. 5 on the R&B chart. Prince had to sign away all publishing rights to the songs on the album to Warner Bros. as part of the deal to do the soundtrack.

In 1990, Prince went back on tour with a revamped band for his back-to-basics Nude Tour. With the departures of Boni Boyer, Sheila E., the horns, and Cat, Prince brought in keyboardist Rosie Gaines, drummer Michael Bland, and dancing trio the Game Boyz (Tony M., Kirky J., and Damon Dickson). The European and Japanese tour was a financial success with a short, greatest hits setlist. As the year progressed, Prince finished production on his fourth film, Graffiti Bridge (1990), and the 1990 album of the same name. Initially, Warner Bros. was reluctant to fund the film, but with Prince's assurances it would be a sequel to Purple Rain as well as the involvement of the original members of the Time, the studio greenlit the project. Released on August 20, 1990, the album reached No. 6 on the Billboard 200 and R&B albums chart.[97] The single "Thieves in the Temple" reached No. 6 on the Hot 100 and No. 1 on the R&B chart; "Round and Round" placed at No. 12 on the US charts and No. 2 on the R&B charts. The song featured the teenage Tevin Campbell (who also had a role in the film) on lead vocals. The film, released on November 20, 1990, was a box-office flop, grossing .2 million. After the release of the film and album, the last remaining members of the Revolution, Miko Weaver and Doctor Fink, left Prince's band.

1991–1994: The New Power Generation, Diamonds and Pearls, and name change

Logo. Hollow circle above downward arrow crossed with a curlicued horn-shaped symbol and then a short bar
The unpronounceable symbol (later dubbed "Love Symbol #2")

1991 marked the debut of Prince's new band, the New Power Generation. With guitarist Miko Weaver and long-time keyboardist Doctor Fink gone, Prince added bass player Sonny T., Tommy Barbarella on keyboards, and a brass section known as the Hornheads to go along with Levi Seacer (taking over on guitar), Rosie Gaines, Michael Bland, and the Game Boyz. With significant input from his band members, Diamonds and Pearls was released on October 1, 1991. Reaching No. 3 on the Billboard 200 album chart,Diamonds and Pearls saw four hit singles released in the United States. "Gett Off" peaked at No. 21 on the Hot 100 and No. 6 on the R&B charts, followed by "Cream", which gave Prince his fifth US No. 1 single. The title track "Diamonds and Pearls" became the album's third single, reaching No. 3 on the Hot 100 and the top spot on the R&B charts. "Money Don't Matter 2 Night" peaked at No. 23 and No. 14 on the Hot 100 and R&B charts respectively.[100]

In 1992, Prince and the New Power Generation released his twelfth album, bearing only an unpronounceable symbol on the cover (later copyrighted as "Love Symbol #2") as its title. The album peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200.[102] The symbol was explained as being a combination of the symbols for male (♂) and female (♀). The label wanted "7" to be the first single, but Prince fought to place "My Name Is Prince" in that slot, as he "felt that the song's more hip-hoppery would appeal to the same audience" that had purchased the previous album. Prince got his way, but "My Name Is Prince" reached No. 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 23 on the R&B chart. The follow-up single "Sexy MF" charted at No. 66 on the Hot 100 and No. 76 on the R&B chart. The label's preferred lead single choice "7" reached No. 7.[100] The album, which would later be referred to as Love Symbol, went on to sell 2.8 million copies worldwide.

After two failed attempts in 1990 and 1991, Warner Bros. released a greatest hits compilation with the three-disc The Hits/The B-Sides in 1993. The first two discs were also sold separately as The Hits 1 and The Hits 2. The collection features the majority of Prince's hit singles (with the exception of "Batdance" and other songs that appeared on the Batman soundtrack), and several previously hard-to-find recordings, including B-sides spanning the majority of Prince's career, as well as some previously unreleased tracks such as the Revolution-recorded "Power Fantastic" and a live recording of "Nothing Compares 2 U" with Rosie Gaines. Two new songs, "Pink Cashmere" and "Peach", were chosen as promotional singles to accompany the compilation album.

In 1993, in rebellion against Warner Bros., which refused to release Prince's enormous backlog of music at a steady pace,[105][106] Prince officially adopted the aforementioned "Love Symbol" as his stage name. In order to use the symbol in print media, Warner Bros. had to organize a mass mailing of floppy disks with a custom font.[107] At this time, Prince was alternatively referred to as "The Artist Formerly Known as Prince" or simply "The Artist".[108]

1994–2000: The Gold Experience, Emancipation and Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic

In 1994, Prince began to release albums in quick succession as a means of releasing himself from his contractual obligations to Warner Bros. He also began appearing with the word "slave" written on his face.[109] The label, he believed, was intent on limiting his artistic freedom by insisting that he release albums more sporadically. He also blamed Warner Bros. for the poor commercial performance of Love Symbol, claiming they had marketed it insufficiently. It was out of these developments that the aborted The Black Album was officially released, seven years after its initial recording. The "new" release was already in wide circulation as a bootleg. Warner Bros. then succumbed to Prince's wishes to release an album of new material, to be entitled Come.[citation needed]

Prince pushed to have his next album The Gold Experience released simultaneously with Love Symbol-era material. Warner Bros. allowed the single "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World" to be released via a small, independent distributor, Bellmark Records, in February 1994. The release reached No. 3 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 in many other countries, but it did not prove to be a model for subsequent releases. Warner Bros. still resisted releasing The Gold Experience, fearing poor sales and citing "market saturation" as a defense. When released in September 1995, The Gold Experience reached the top 10 of the Billboard 200 initially. The album is now out of print.

Chaos and Disorder, released in 1996, was Prince's final album of new material for Warner Bros., as well as one of his least commercially successful releases. Prince attempted a major comeback later that year when, free of any further contractual obligations to Warner Bros., he released Emancipation, a 36-song, 3-CD set (each disc was exactly 60 minutes long). The album was released via his own NPG Records with distribution through EMI. To publish his songs on Emancipation, Prince did not use Controversy Music – ASCAP, which he had used for all his records since 1981, but rather used Emancipated Music Inc.[110] – ASCAP.

Certified Platinum by the RIAA, Emancipation is the first record featuring covers by Prince of songs of other artists: Joan Osborne's top ten hit song of 1995 "One of Us";[111] "Betcha by Golly Wow!" (written by Thom Bell and Linda Creed);[112] "I Can't Make You Love Me" (written by James Allen Shamblin II and Michael Barry Reid);[113] and "La-La (Means I Love You)" (written by Thom Bell and William Hart).[114]

Prince released Crystal Ball, a five-CD collection of unreleased material, in 1998. The distribution of this album was disorderly, with some fans pre-ordering the album on his website up to a year before it was shipped; these pre-orders were delivered months after the record had gone on sale in retail stores. The retail edition has only four discs, as it is missing the Kamasutra disc. There are also two different packaging editions for retail; one is a four-disc sized jewel case with a white cover and the Love Symbol in a colored circle while the other contains all four discs in a round translucent snap jewel case. The discs are the same, as is the CD jacket. The Newpower Soul album was released three months later. His collaborations on Chaka Khan's Come 2 My House and Larry Graham's GCS2000, both released on the NPG Records label around the same time as Newpower Soul, were promoted by live appearances on Vibe with Sinbad and the NBC Today show's Summer Concert Series.

In 1999, Prince once again signed with a major label, Arista Records, to release a new record, Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic. A few months earlier, Warner Bros. had also released The Vault: Old Friends 4 Sale, a collection of unreleased material recorded by Prince throughout his career.[115]

The pay-per-view concert, Rave Un2 the Year 2000, was broadcast on December 31, 1999, and consisted of footage from the December 17 and 18 concerts of his 1999 tour. The concert featured appearances by guest musicians including Lenny Kravitz, George Clinton, Jimmy Russell, and The Time. It was released to home video the following year.

2000–2007: Turnaround, Musicology, label change, and 3121

On May 16, 2000, Prince stopped using the Love Symbol moniker as his name, after his publishing contract with Warner/Chappell expired. In a press conference, he stated that, after being freed from undesirable relationships associated with the name "Prince", he would revert to using his real name. Prince continued to use the symbol as a logo and on album artwork and to play a Love Symbol-shaped guitar. For several years following the release of Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic, Prince primarily released new music through his Internet subscription service, NPGOnlineLtd.com (later NPGMusicClub.com).[116]

In 2002, Prince released his first live album, One Nite Alone... Live!, which features performances from the One Nite Alone...Tour. The 3-CD box set also includes a disc of "aftershow" music entitled It Ain't Over!. During this time, Prince sought to engage more effectively with his fan base via the NPG Music Club, pre-concert sound checks, and at yearly "celebrations" at Paisley Park, his music studios. Fans were invited into the studio for tours, interviews, discussions and music-listening sessions. Some of these fan discussions were filmed for an unreleased documentary, directed by Kevin Smith.

On February 8, 2004, Prince appeared at the 46th Annual Grammy Awards with Beyoncé.[117][118] In a performance that opened the show, they performed a medley of "Purple Rain", "Let's Go Crazy", "Baby I'm a Star", and Beyoncé's "Crazy in Love".[119] The following month, Prince was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.[120] The award was presented to him by Alicia Keys along with Big Boi and André 3000 of OutKast.[121] As well as performing a trio of his own hits during the ceremony, Prince also participated in a tribute to fellow inductee George Harrison in a rendering of Harrison's "While My Guitar Gently Weeps", playing a two-minute guitar solo that ended the song.[122][123] He also performed the song "Red House" as "Purple House" on the album Power of Soul: A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix.[125]

In April 2004, Prince released Musicology through a one-album agreement with Columbia Records. The album rose as high as the top five on some international charts (including the US, UK, Germany, and Australia). The US chart success was assisted by the CDs being included as part of the concert ticket purchase, thereby qualifying each CD (as chart rules then stood) to count toward US chart placement.[126] Three months later, Spin named him the greatest frontman of all time.[127] That same year, Rolling Stone magazine named Prince as the highest-earning musician in the world, with an annual income of .5 million,[128] largely due to his Musicology Tour, which Pollstar named as the top concert draw among musicians in the US. He played 96 concerts; the average ticket price for a show was US (equivalent to in 2018). Musicology went on to receive two Grammy wins, for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for "Call My Name" and Best Traditional R&B Vocal Performance for the title track. Musicology was also nominated for Best R&B Song and Best R&B Album, and "Cinnamon Girl" was nominated for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. Rolling Stone ranked Prince No. 27 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.[16]

In April 2005, Prince played guitar (along with En Vogue singing backing vocals) on Stevie Wonder's single "So What the Fuss", Wonder's first since 1999.

In late 2005, Prince signed with Universal Music to release his album, 3121, on March 21, 2006. The first single was "Te Amo Corazón", the video for which was directed by actress Salma Hayek and filmed in Marrakech, Morocco, featuring Argentine actress and singer Mía Maestro. The video for the second single, "Black Sweat", was nominated at the MTV VMAs for Best Cinematography. The immediate success of 3121 gave Prince his first No. 1 debut on the Billboard 200 with the album.

To promote the new album, Prince was the musical guest on Saturday Night Live on February 4, 2006, 17 years after his last SNL appearance on the 15th anniversary special, and nearly 25 years since his first appearance on a regular episode in 1981.[129]

At the 2006 Webby Awards on June 12, Prince received a Webby Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his "visionary use of the Internet to distribute music and connect with audiences", exemplified by his decision to release his album Crystal Ball (1998) exclusively online.[130][131]

In July 2006, weeks after winning a Webby Award, Prince shut down his NPG Music Club website, after more than five years of operation.[132][133] On the day of the music club's shutdown, a lawsuit was filed against Prince by the British company HM Publishing (owners of the Nature Publishing Group, also NPG). Despite these events occurring on the same day, Prince's attorney stated that the site did not close due to the trademark dispute.[132]

Prince appeared at multiple award ceremonies in 2006: on February 15, he performed at the 2006 Brit Awards, along with Wendy & Lisa and Sheila E.,[134] and on June 27, Prince appeared at the 2006 BET Awards, where he was awarded Best Male R&B Artist. Prince performed a medley of Chaka Khan songs for Khan's BET Lifetime Achievement Award.[135]

In November 2006, Prince was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame;[118] he appeared to collect his award but did not perform. Also in November 2006, Prince opened a nightclub called 3121, in Las Vegas at the Rio All Suite Hotel and Casino. He performed weekly on Friday and Saturday nights until April 2007, when his contract with the Rio ended.[citation needed] On August 22, 2006, Prince released Ultimate Prince. The double-disc set contains one CD of previous hits, and another of extended versions and mixes of material that had largely only previously been available on vinyl record B-sides. That same year, Prince wrote and performed a song for the hit animated film Happy Feet (2006). The song, "The Song of the Heart", appears on the film's soundtrack, which also features a cover of Prince's earlier hit "Kiss", sung by Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman. In January 2007, "The Song of the Heart" won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song.[136]

2007–2010: Super Bowl XLI, Planet Earth, and Lotusflower

Prince's stage set for the Earth Tour in 2007

On February 2, 2007, Prince played at the Super Bowl XLI press conference, and the Super Bowl XLI Halftime Show in Miami, Florida, on February 4, 2007, on a large stage shaped like his symbol. The event was carried to 140 million television viewers, his biggest ever audience.[137] In 2015, Billboard.com ranked the performance as the greatest Super Bowl performance ever.[138]

Prince played 21 concerts in London during mid-2007. The Earth Tour included 21 nights at the 20,000 capacity O2 Arena, with Maceo Parker in his band. Tickets for the O2 Arena were capped by Prince at £31.21 (.66). The residency at the O2 Arena was increased to 15 nights after all 140,000 tickets for the original seven sold out in 20 minutes.[139] It was then further extended to 21 nights.[140]

Prince performed with Sheila E. at the 2007 ALMA Awards. On June 28, 2007, the Mail on Sunday stated that it had made a deal to give Prince's new album, Planet Earth, away for free with the paper, making it the first place in the world to get the album. This move sparked controversy among music distributors and also led the UK arm of Prince's distributor, Sony BMG, to withdraw from distributing the album in UK stores.[141] The UK's largest high street music retailer, HMV, stocked the paper on release day due to the giveaway. On July 7, 2007, Prince returned to Minneapolis to perform three shows. He performed concerts at the Macy's Auditorium (to promote his new perfume "3121") on Nicollet Mall, the Target Center arena, and First Avenue.[142] It was the first time he had played at First Avenue (the club appeared in the film Purple Rain) since 1987.[143]

From 2008, Prince was managed by UK-based Kiran Sharma.[144] On April 25, 2008, Prince performed on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, where he debuted a new song, "Turn Me Loose". Days after, he headlined the 2008 Coachella Festival. Prince was paid more than  million for his performance at Coachella, according to Reuters.[145] Prince cancelled a concert, planned at Dublin's Croke Park on June 16, 2008, at 10 days' notice. In October 2009 promoters MCD Productions went to court to sue him for €1.6 million to refund 55,126 tickets. Prince settled the case out of court in February 2010 for .95 million.[146][147] During the trial, it was said that Prince had been offered  million for seven concerts as part of a proposed 2008 European tour.[148] In October 2008, Prince released a live album entitled Indigo Nights, a collection of songs performed live at aftershows in the IndigO2.

On December 18, 2008, Prince premiered four songs from his new album on LA's Indie rock radio station Indie 103.1.[149] The radio station's programmers Max Tolkoff and Mark Sovel had been invited to Prince's home to hear the new rock-oriented music. Prince gave them a CD with four songs to premiere on their radio station. The music debuted the next day on Jonesy's Jukebox, hosted by former Sex Pistol Steve Jones.[150]

On January 3, 2009, the new website LotusFlow3r.com was launched, streaming and selling some of the recently aired material and concert tickets. On January 31, Prince released two more songs on LotusFlow3r.com: "Disco Jellyfish", and "Another Boy". "Chocolate Box", "Colonized Mind", and "All This Love" were later released on the website. Prince released a triple album set containing Lotusflower, MPLSoUND, and an album credited to Bria Valente, called Elixer, on March 24, 2009, followed by a physical release on March 29.

On July 18, 2009, Prince performed two shows at the Montreux Jazz Festival, backed by the New Power Generation including Rhonda Smith, Renato Neto and John Blackwell. On October 11, 2009, he gave two surprise concerts at the Grand Palais.[151] On October 12, he gave another surprise performance at La Cigale. On October 24, Prince played a concert at Paisley Park.[152]

2010–2012: 20Ten and Welcome 2 Tours

In January 2010, Prince wrote a new song, "Purple and Gold", inspired by his visit to a Minnesota Vikings football game against the Dallas Cowboys.[153] The following month, Prince let Minneapolis-area public radio station 89.3 The Current premiere his new song "Cause and Effect" as a gesture in support of independent radio.[154]

In 2010, Prince was listed in Time's annual ranking of the "100 Most Influential People in the World".[155]

Prince released a new single on Minneapolis radio station 89.3 The Current called "Hot Summer" on June 7, his 52nd birthday. Also in June, Prince appeared on the cover of the July 2010 issue of Ebony,[156] and he received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2010 BET Awards.[157]

Prince released his album 20Ten in July 2010 as a free covermount with publications in the UK, Belgium, Germany, and France.[158] He refused album access to digital download services and closed LotusFlow3r.com.

On July 4, 2010, Prince began his 20Ten Tour, a concert tour in two legs with shows in Europe. The second leg began on October 15[159] and ended with a concert following the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on November 14.[160] The second half of the tour had a new band, John Blackwell, Ida Kristine Nielsen, and Sheila E.[161] Prince let Europe 1 debut the snippet of his new song "Rich Friends" from the new album 20Ten Deluxe on October 8, 2010.[162] Prince started the Welcome 2 Tour on December 15, 2010.[163]

Prince was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame on December 7, 2010.[164]

On February 12, 2011, Prince presented Barbra Streisand with an award and donated .5 million to charities.[165] On the same day, it was reported that he had not authorized the television show Glee to cover his hit "Kiss", in an episode that had already been filmed.[166]

Prince headlined the Hop Farm Festival on July 3, 2011, marking his first UK show since 2007 and his first ever UK festival appearance.[167]

Despite having previously rejected the Internet for music distribution, on November 24, 2011, Prince released a reworked version of the previously unreleased song "Extraloveable" through both iTunes and Spotify.[168] Purple Music, a Switzerland-based record label, released a CD single "Dance 4 Me" on December 12, 2011, as part of a club remixes package including the Bria Valente CD single "2 Nite" released on February 23, 2012. The CD features club remixes by Jamie Lewis and David Alexander, produced by Prince.[169]

2013–2016: Return to Warner Bros., 3rdEyeGirl and HitNRun Tours and final years

In January 2013, Prince released a lyric video for a new song called "Screwdriver".[170] In April 2013, Prince announced a West Coast tour titled Live Out Loud Tour with 3rdeyegirl as his backing band.[171] The final two dates of the first leg of the tour were in Minneapolis where former Revolution drummer Bobby Z. sat in as guest drummer on both shows.[172] In May, Prince announced a deal with Kobalt Music to market and distribute his music.[173]

On August 14, 2013, Prince released a new solo single for download through the 3rdeyegirl.com website.[174] The single "Breakfast Can Wait" had cover art featuring comedian Dave Chappelle's impersonation of the singer in a sketch on the 2000s Comedy Central series Chappelle's Show.[175]

In February 2014, Prince performed concerts with 3rdeyegirl in London titled the Hit and Run Tour. Beginning with intimate shows, the first was held at the London home of singer Lianne La Havas, followed by two performances of what Prince described as a "sound check" at the Electric Ballroom in Camden,[176] and another at Shepherd's Bush Empire.[177] On April 18, 2014, Prince released a new single entitled "The Breakdown". He re-signed with his former label, Warner Bros. Records after an 18-year split. Warner announced that Prince would release a remastered deluxe edition of his 1984 album Purple Rain in 2014 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the album. In return, Warner gave Prince ownership of the master recordings of his Warner recordings.[178][179]

In February 2014 Prince began what was billed as his 'Hit N Run Part One' tour. This involved Prince's Twitter followers keeping an avid eye on second-by-second information as to the whereabouts of his shows. Many of these shows would only be announced on the day of the concert, and many of these concerts involved two performances: a matinee and an evening show. These shows began at Camden's Electric Ballroom, billed as 'Soundchecks', and spread throughout the UK capital to KoKo Club, in Camden, Shepherd's Bush Empire and various other small venues. After his London dates he moved on to other European cities.

In May 2014 Prince began his 'Hit N Run Part Two' shows, which followed a more normal style of purchasing tickets online, and being held in music arenas.

In spring 2014, he launched NPG Publishing, a music company to administer his own music and that of other artists without the restrictions of mainstream record companies.[180]

In May 2015, following the death of Freddie Gray and the subsequent riots, Prince released a song entitled "Baltimore" in tribute to Gray and in support of the protesters in Baltimore.[181][182][183][184] He also held a tribute concert for Gray at his Paisley Park estate called "Dance Rally 4 Peace" in which he encouraged fans to wear the color gray in honor of Freddie Gray.[185] On May 10th, he performed a special concert at the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore called "Rally 4 Peace," that featured a special appearance by Baltimore State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby, and one set performed by Prince alone at a keyboard.[186]

Prince's penultimate album, Hit n Run Phase One, was first made available on September 7, 2015, on the music streaming service Tidal before being released on CD and for download on September 14.[187] His final album, Hit n Run Phase Two, was meant as a continuation of this one, and was released on Tidal for streaming and download on December 12, 2015.[188]

In February 2016, Prince embarked on the Piano & A Microphone Tour, a tour that saw his show stripped back to only Prince and a custom piano on stage[189]. He performed a series of warm-up shows at Paisley Park in late January 2016 and the tour commenced in Melbourne, Australia, on February 16, 2016, to critical acclaim.[190] The Australian and New Zealand legs of the tour were played in small capacity venues including the Sydney Opera House. Hit n Run Phase Two CDs were distributed to every attendee after each performance. The tour continued to the United States but was cut abruptly short by illness in April 2016.

Illness and death

Following his death, fans left flowers, purple balloons, and other mementos beneath Prince's star painted on the front of the First Avenue nightclub.

Prince saw Michael T. Schulenberg, a Twin Cities specialist in family medicine, in Excelsior on April 7, 2016, and again on April 20.[191] On April 7, Prince postponed two performances at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta from his Piano & A Microphone Tour; the venue released a statement saying he had influenza.[192] Prince rescheduled and performed the show on April 14, even though he still was not feeling well.[193][194] While flying back to Minneapolis early the next morning, he became unresponsive, and his private jet made an emergency landing at Quad City International Airport in Moline, Illinois, where he was hospitalized and received Narcan. Once he became conscious, he left against medical advice.[195] Representatives said he suffered from dehydration and had influenza for several weeks.[193] Prince was seen bicycling the next day in his hometown of Chanhassen.[197] He shopped that evening at the Electric Fetus in Minneapolis for Record Store Day and made a brief appearance at an impromptu dance party at his Paisley Park recording studio complex, stating that he was feeling fine.[194][198] On April 19, he attended a performance by singer Lizz Wright at the Dakota Jazz Club.[199]

On April 20, 2016, Prince's representatives called Howard Kornfeld, a California specialist in addiction medicine and pain management, seeking medical help for Prince. Kornfeld scheduled to meet with Prince on April 22, and he contacted a local physician who cleared his schedule for a physical examination on April 21.[195][200] On April 21, at 9:43 am, the Carver County Sheriff's Office received a 9-1-1 call requesting that an ambulance be sent to Prince's home at Paisley Park. The caller initially told the dispatcher that an unidentified person at the home was unconscious, then moments later said he was dead, and finally identified the person as Prince.[201] The caller was Kornfeld's son, who had flown in with buprenorphine that morning to devise a treatment plan for opioid addiction.[195] Emergency responders found Prince unresponsive in an elevator and performed CPR, but a paramedic said he had been dead for about six hours,[202] and they were unable to revive him. They pronounced him dead at 10:07 am, 19 minutes after their arrival.[195] There were no signs of suicide or foul play.[195] A press release from the Midwest Medical Examiner's Office in Anoka County on June 2 stated that Prince had died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl,[203] at the age of 57.[204]

It is not yet known whether Prince obtained the fentanyl by a prescription or through an illicit channel.[205] The question of how and from what source Prince obtained the drug that led to his death has been the subject of investigations by several law enforcement agencies.[200][202] A sealed search warrant was issued for his estate, and another, unsealed, warrant was issued for the local Walgreens pharmacy. On April 19, 2018, the Carver County Attorney announced that the multi-agency investigation related to the circumstances of Prince's death had ended with no criminal charges filed.[208][209]

Following an autopsy, his remains were cremated.[210] On April 26, 2016, Prince's sister and only full sibling Tyka Nelson filed court documents in Carver County, to open a probate case, stating that no will had been found. Prince's five half-siblings also have a claim to his estate, which totals millions of dollars and includes real estate, stocks, and cars.[211][212] As of three weeks after his death, 700 people claimed to be half-siblings or descendants.[213]Bremer Trust was given temporary control of his estate, had his vault drilled open,[214] and was authorized to obtain a blood sample for DNA profiling.[215]

Prince's ashes were placed into a custom, 3D printed urn shaped like the Paisley Park estate.[216] The urn was placed on display in the atrium of the Paisley Park complex in October 2016.[217]

Remembrances

Lowry Bridge illuminated in purple, his favorite color, in remembrance of Prince

Numerous musicians and cultural figures reacted to Prince's death.[218][219]President Barack Obama mourned him,[220] and the United States Senate passed a resolution praising his achievements "as a musician, composer, innovator, and cultural icon".[221] Cities across the US held tributes and vigils, and lit buildings, bridges, and other venues in purple.[222][223][224] In the first five hours after the media reported his death, "Prince" was the top trending term on Twitter, and Facebook had 61 million Prince-related interactions.[225]MTV interrupted its programming to air a marathon of Prince music videos and Purple Rain.[226]AMC Theatres and Carmike Cinemas screened Purple Rain in select theaters over the following week.[227]Saturday Night Live aired an episode in his honor titled "Goodnight, Sweet Prince", featuring his performances from the show.[228]

Nielsen Music reported an initial sales spike of 42,000 percent.[229] Prince's catalog sold 4.41 million albums and songs from April 21 to 28, with five albums simultaneously in the top ten of the Billboard 200, a first in the chart's history.[230] At the 59th Grammy Awards, Morris Day with the Time and Bruno Mars performed a tribute to him.[231]

In June 2016 Vanity Fair/Condé Nast, released a special edition commemorative magazine, The Genius of Prince. The magazine was a celebration of Prince's life and achievements, with new photography and archive articles, including the original Vanity Fair article from Nov 1984, written in the wake of Prince's breakout success, with other content from Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Wired, and Pitchfork. The cover of The Genius of Prince featured a portrait by Andy Warhol, Orange Prince (1984).[232][233][234] Casts of the musicals The Color Purple and Hamilton paid tribute to Prince during their curtain calls with "Purple Rain" and "Let's Go Crazy" respectively. [235]

Posthumous projects

On August 21, 2016, Prince was posthumously inducted into the Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of Fame.[236]

The first album released following Prince's death was a greatest hits album, 4Ever, which was released on November 22, 2016. The album contains one previously unreleased song: "Moonbeam Levels", recorded in 1982 during the 1999 sessions.[237]

On April 19, 2017, an EP featuring six unreleased Prince recordings, titled Deliverance, was announced, with an expected release date for later that week.[238] The next day, Prince's estate was granted a temporary restraining order against George Ian Boxill – an engineer who co-produced the tracks and was in possession of the master tapes – and halted the release of the EP.[239]

On February 9, 2017, Prince's estate signed a distribution deal with Universal Music Group, which includes the post-1995 recordings on his NPG Records label and unreleased tracks from his vault.[240] On June 27, Comerica (acting on behalf of the estate) requested that Carver County District Judge Kevin Eide cancel the estate's deal with Universal, as UMG's contract would interfere with a contract with Warner Music Group that Prince signed in 2014. After Universal's attorneys were granted access to the Warner contract, the attorneys also offered to cancel the deal.[241] On July 13, the court voided Universal's deal with Prince's estate, though Universal will continue to administer Prince's songwriting credits and create merchandise.[242]

On June 23, 2017, Purple Rain was re-released as the Deluxe and Deluxe Expanded editions. It is the first Prince album to be remastered and reissued.[243] The Deluxe edition consists of two discs, the first being a remaster of the original album made in 2015 overseen by Prince himself and a bonus disc of previously unreleased songs, called From the Vault & Previously Unreleased. The Deluxe Expanded edition consists of two more discs, a disc with all the single edits, maxi-single edits and B-sides from the Purple Rain era, and a DVD with a concert from the Purple Rain Tour filmed in Syracuse, New York on March 30, 1985, previously released on home video in 1985.[244] The album debuted at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 and at No. 1 on both the Billboard R&B Albums and Vinyl Albums charts.[243]

On April 19, 2018, the previously unreleased original recording of "Nothing Compares 2 U" from 1984 was released as a single by Warner Bros. Records in conjunction with Prince's estate.[245] In addition, the Prince version was given its own music video, released in conjunction with the single; the video consists of edited rehearsal footage for the Purple Rain tour, shot in the summer of 1984.[246] Troy Carter, adviser for Prince's estate, later announced in an interview with Variety that a full-length album is planned for release on September 28, 2018.[247]

In May 2018, it was announced that a second album of new material is set for release in 2019 on Tidal. This album is rumored to be Prince's planned follow-up to Hit n Run Phase Two, as part of his original deal with the streaming service. It has also been announced for a worldwide physical CD release a month after.[248]

In June 2018, the Prince estate signed a distribution deal with Sony Music Entertainment, which includes the rights to all of Prince's studio albums, plus unreleased music, remixes, live recordings, music videos and B-sides from before 1995. The deal will immediately include Prince's albums from 1995 to 2010.[249] Beginning in 2021, Prince's Warner Bros. albums from 1978–1996 will become distributed by Sony/Legacy Recordings in the United States, with Warner Music Group still controlling the international rights.[250]

On July 11, 2018, Heritage Auctions announced the auction of Prince's personal possessions to be conducted in Dallas, Texas, on July 21, 2018. Total of 27 items was announced to be put in the auction, including Prince's bible, stage worn clothing, and some personal documents.[251][252]

On August 17, 2018, NPG Records released all 23 post-Warner Bros. albums by Prince digitally on streaming platforms like Tidal, Spotify and Apple Music, together with a new compilation album named Anthology: 1995–2010, containing 37 tracks.[253]

On September 21, 2018, the album Piano and a Microphone 1983 was released on CD, vinyl, and digital formats. It is the first album released by the Prince estate with material from his archive, the Vault.[254]

The Prince Estate announced, in December 2018, that the Sony/Legacy reissues will begin in February 2019. The first three releases are to be Musicology, 3121 and Planet Earth on limited edition Purple Vinyl, and standard CD formats.

Artistry and legacy

Music and image

A costume worn by Prince and associated memorabilia, displayed at a Hard Rock Cafe in Australia

The Los Angeles Times called Prince "our first post-everything pop star, defying easy categories of race, genre and commercial appeal."[255]Jon Pareles of The New York Times described him as "a master architect of funk, rock, R&B and pop", and highlighted his ability to defy labels.[256]Los Angeles Times writer Randall Roberts called Prince "among the most versatile and restlessly experimental pop artists of our time," writing that his "early work connected disco and synthetic funk [while his] fruitful mid-period merged rock, soul, R&B and synth-pop."Simon Reynolds called him a "pop polymath, flitting between funkadelia, acid rock, deep soul, schmaltz—often within the same song".AllMusic wrote that, "With each album he released, Prince showed remarkable stylistic growth and musical diversity, constantly experimenting with different sounds, textures, and genres [...] no other contemporary artist blended so many diverse styles into a cohesive whole."[259]Rolling Stone ranked Prince at number 27 on its list of 100 Greatest Artists, "the most influential artists of the rock & roll era".[16]

As a performer, he was known for his flamboyant style and showmanship.[256] He came to be regarded as a sex symbol for his androgynous, amorphous sexuality,[260] play with signifiers of gender,[261][262] and defiance of racial stereotypes.[263] His "audacious, idiosyncratic" fashion sense made use of "ubiquitous purple, alluring makeup and frilled garments."[255] His androgynous look has been compared to that of Little Richard[260][264] and David Bowie. In 2016, Reynolds described it as "Prince's '80s evasion of conventional gender definitions speaks to us now in this trans-aware moment. But it also harks backwards in time to the origins of rock 'n' roll in racial mixture and sexual blurring".[266]

Prince also wore high-heeled shoes and boots both on- and off-stage. Prince had needed double hip replacement surgery since 2005 and the condition was reportedly caused by repeated onstage dancing in high-heeled boots.[267] Prince had been using canes as part of his outfit from the early 1990s onwards; towards the end of his life he regularly walked with a cane in public engagements, which led to speculation that it resulted from his not having undergone the surgery.[268]

Prince was known for the strong female presence in his bands and his support for women in the music industry throughout his career.[269]Slate said he worked with an "astounding range of female stars" and "promised a world where men and women looked and acted like each other."[270]

In August 2017, Pantone Inc. introduced a new shade of purple in their color system in honor of Prince. The shade is called Love Symbol #2 and is defined as Pantone color number 19-3528, web palette #4F3D63 or RGB 79,61,99.[271][272][273][274]

Influences and musicianship

Prince's music synthesized a wide variety of influences,[256] and drew inspiration from a range of musicians, including James Brown,George Clinton,Joni Mitchell,Duke Ellington,Jimi Hendrix,the Beatles,Chuck Berry,David Bowie,Earth, Wind & Fire,Mick Jagger,Rick James,Jerry Lee Lewis,Little Richard,Curtis Mayfield,[279]Elvis Presley,Todd Rundgren,[280]Carlos Santana,Sly Stone,Jackie Wilson, and Stevie Wonder.[284] Prince has been compared with jazz great Miles Davis in regard to the artistic changes throughout his career.[285] Davis said he regarded Prince as an otherworldly blend of James Brown, Jimi Hendrix, Marvin Gaye, Sly Stone, Little Richard, Duke Ellington, and Charlie Chaplin.[286] Prince and Miles Davis performed together for a Charity Event at Paisley Park. This performance was viewed as the pinnacle of their on-again, off-again partnership.[20]

Journalist Nik Cohn described him as "rock's greatest ever natural talent".[288] His singing abilities encompassed a wide range from falsetto to baritone and rapid, seemingly effortless shifts of register.[7] Prince was also renowned as a multi-instrumentalist. He is considered a guitar virtuoso and a master of drums, percussion, bass, keyboards, and synthesizer. On his first five albums, he played nearly all the instruments,[289] including 27 instruments on his debut album, among them various types of bass, keyboards and synthesizers. Prince was also quick to embrace technology in his music,[291] making pioneering use of drum machines like the Linn LM-1 on his early '80s albums and employing a wide range of studio effects.[292] The LA Times also noted his "harnessing [of] new-generation synthesizer sounds in service of the groove," laying the foundations for post-'70s funk music. Prince was also known for his prolific and perfectionist tendencies, which resulted in him recording large amounts of unreleased material.[293]

Prince also wrote songs for other artists, and some songs of his were covered by musicians, such as the hit songs "Manic Monday” (performed by The Bangles), "I Feel For You", originally on Prince's self-titled second album from 1979, covered by Chaka Khan, and "Nothing Compares 2 U", written for Prince's side project the Family, and covered very successfully by Sinead O'Connor. Neither "I Feel For You" nor "Nothing Compares 2 U" were actually written for the singers who made them famous. Prince co-wrote "Love... Thy Will Be Done" with singer Martika, for her second album Martika's Kitchen, and also gifted Celine Dion a song for her second album, Celine Dion, titled "With This Tear"; a song Prince had written specifically for her.[294] Prince also wrote "U" for Paula Abdul, appearing on her 1991 release Spellbound.

Equipment

Signature and custom guitars

  • HS Anderson/Hohner Madcat Telecaster copy (197?)
  • Cloud Guitar White (1983)
  • Cloud Guitar Gold (1983)
  • Model C (19??)
  • Cloud Guitar Yellow (1989)
  • Cloud Guitar Blue (19??)
  • Gold Fender Stratocaster (????)
  • Prince Symbol Purple (19??)
  • Prince Symbol Gold (19??)
  • G1 Purple Special (2007)
  • Gus G3 Prince Bass (2016)

As a guitar virtuoso, Prince was also known to have a very stylish and flamboyant custom guitar collection, which consisted of 121 guitars.[295] [296] Some of his flamboyant guitars consist of the Cloud Guitars, which were commissioned and released in colored versions of white, yellow, and purple. The white-colored version is prominently shown in both the Purple Rain film and the "Raspberry Beret" video.[297][298] Other notable guitars are The Love Symbol guitars, which were designed in the separate colors of gold and purple. The guitar that was used for the majority of Prince's music career was the H.S. Anderson Madcat guitar – a Telecaster copy created by Hohner. Several versions of the guitar were used throughout his career – due to one being donated for charitable reasons, while one or more were stolen.[299][300] Two other noteworthy guitars are the G1 Purple Special, and the black-and-gold Gus G3 Prince bass, which would become the last two guitars to ever be made for the artist.[301][302][303][304]

Impact

Many artists have also drawn inspiration from Prince, including Alicia Keys, Usher, Janelle Monáe, The Weeknd, Lady Gaga, Lenny Kravitz, Andre 3000, and Frank Ocean.[305][306]

Legal issues

Pseudonyms

In 1993, during negotiations regarding the release of The Gold Experience, a legal battle ensued between Warner Bros. and Prince over the artistic and financial control of his musical output. During the lawsuit, Prince appeared in public with the word "slave" written on his cheek.[307] He explained that he had changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol to emancipate himself from his contract with Warner Bros., and that he had done it out of frustration because he felt his own name now belonged to the company.[309]

Prince sometimes used pseudonyms to separate himself from the music he had written, produced, or recorded, and at one point stated that his ownership and achievement were strengthened by the act of giving away ideas.[108] Pseudonyms he adopted, at various times, include: Jamie Starr and The Starr Company (for the songs he wrote for the Time and many other artists from 1981 to 1984), Joey Coco (for many unreleased Prince songs in the late 1980s, as well as songs written for Sheena Easton and Kenny Rogers), Alexander Nevermind (for writing the song "Sugar Walls" (1984) by Sheena Easton), and Christopher (used for his song writing credit of "Manic Monday" (1986) for the Bangles).

Copyright issues

On September 14, 2007, Prince announced that he was going to sue YouTube and eBay, because they hosted his copyrighted material, and he hired the international Internet policing company Web Sheriff.[310][311] In October, Stephanie Lenz filed a lawsuit against Universal Music Publishing Group claiming that they were abusing copyright law after the music publisher had take down Lenz's home movie in which the Prince song "Let's Go Crazy" played faintly in the background.[312][313] On November 5, several Prince fan sites formed "Prince Fans United" to fight back against legal requests which, they claim, Prince made to prevent all use of photographs, images, lyrics, album covers, and anything linked to his likeness.[314] Prince's lawyers claimed that this constituted copyright infringement; the Prince Fans United said that the legal actions were "attempts to stifle all critical commentary about Prince". Prince's promoter AEG stated that the only offending items on the three fansites were live shots from Prince's 21 nights in London at the O2 Arena earlier in the year.[315]

On November 8, Prince Fans United received a song named "PFUnk", providing a kind of "unofficial answer" to their movement. The song originally debuted on the PFU main site,[316] was retitled "F.U.N.K.", but this is not one of the selected songs available on the iTunes Store. On November 14, the satirical website b3ta.com pulled their "image challenge of the week" devoted to Prince after legal threats from the star under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).[317]

At the 2008 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival ("Coachella Festival"), Prince performed a cover of Radiohead's "Creep", but immediately afterward he forced and other sites to remove footage that fans had taken of the performance, despite Radiohead's request to leave it on the website.[318] Days later, reinstated the videos, as Radiohead said: "It's our song, let people hear it." In 2009, Prince put the video of the Coachella performance on his official website.

In 2010, he declared "the internet is completely over", elaborating five years later that "the internet was over for anyone who wants to get paid, tell me a musician who's got rich off digital sales".[7]

In 2013, the Electronic Frontier Foundation granted to Prince the inaugural "Raspberry Beret Lifetime Aggrievement Award"[319] for what they said was abuse of the DMCA takedown process.[320]

In January 2014, Prince filed a lawsuit titled Prince v. Chodera against 22 online users for direct copyright infringement, unauthorized fixation, contributory copyright infringement, and bootlegging.[321] Several of the users were fans who had shared links to bootlegged versions of Prince concerts through social media websites like Facebook.[322][323] In the same month, he dismissed the entire action without prejudice.[324]

Prince was one of a small handful of musicians to deny "Weird Al" Yankovic permission to parody his music. By Yankovic's account, he'd done so "about a half-dozen times" and has been the sole artist not to give any explanation for his rejection beyond a flat "no".[325]

Personal life

Prince was romantically linked with many celebrities over the years, including Kim Basinger, Madonna, Vanity, Sheila E., Carmen Electra, Susanna Hoffs, Anna Fantastic,Sherilyn Fenn,[326] and Susan Moonsie. He was engaged to Susannah Melvoin in 1985.[328] In 1990, he met 16-year-old Mayte Garcia backstage in Barcelona after he saw a tape of her dancing. After graduating high school, she began working as one of his backup singers and dancers. When she was 19, he instructed her to get on birth control, thus beginning their sexual relationship.[329] They were married on February 14, 1996; he was 37 and she was 22. They had a son named Amiir Nelson, who was born on October 16, 1996, and died a week later on October 23 after suffering from Pfeiffer syndrome.[330] The distress of losing a child and a subsequent miscarriage took a toll on the marriage, and the couple divorced in 2000. In 2001, Prince married Manuela Testolini in a private ceremony. They separated in 2005 and divorced in May 2006.[331]

Prince was an animal rights activist who followed a vegan diet for part of his life, but later described himself as vegetarian.[332][333][334][335][336] The liner notes for his album Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic (1999) featured a message about the cruelty involved in wool production.[337] He became a Jehovah's Witness in 2001, following a two-year debate with bassist Larry Graham who became his mentor and a close friend at this time. Prince said that he did not consider it a conversion, but a "realization", comparing it to "Morpheus and Neo in The Matrix". Prince attended meetings at a local Kingdom Hall and occasionally knocked on people's doors to discuss his faith.[338][339]

Prince had needed double hip replacement surgery since 2005. A false rumor was spread by the tabloids[340] that he would not undergo the operation because of his refusal to have blood transfusions. The Star Tribune reported[341] that Graham "denied claims that Prince couldn't have hip surgery because his faith prohibited blood transfusions" and put the false rumor to rest as hip surgery does not require blood transfusions.[342][343][344] According to Morris Day, Prince in fact had the hip surgery in 2008.[345]

Prince did not speak publicly about his charitable endeavors; the extent of his activism, philanthropy, and charity was publicized after his death.[346] In 2001, Prince donated ,000 anonymously to the Louisville Free Public Library system to keep the historic Western Branch Library, the first full service library for African Americans in the country, from closure.[347] Also in 2001, he anonymously paid off the medical bills of drummer Clyde Stubblefield, who was undergoing cancer treatment.[348] In 2015, he conceived and launched YesWeCode, paying for many hackathons outright and performing at some of them.[346][349] He also helped fund Green for All.[346]

In late March 2016, Prince told an audience he was writing a memoir, tentatively titled The Beautiful Ones[350] but due to his untimely death only a few weeks later this project never came to fruition.

Awards and nominations

Main article: List of awards and nominations received by Prince

Discography

Main articles: Prince albums discography, Prince singles discography, The New Power Generation, and Madhouse (band)

In his life Prince released 39 studio albums:

Posthumous releases:

He also released two albums credited to Madhouse, three albums credited to the New Power Generation and one credited to the NPG Orchestra:

Madhouse:

  • 8 (1987)
  • 16 (1987)

The New Power Generation:

NPG Orchestra:

Filmography

Main article: Prince videography

Tours

See also

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  • Jones, Liz (1998). Purple Reign: The Artist Formerly Known as Prince. Birch Lane Press. ISBN 978-1-55972-448-7.
  • Ro, Ronin (2016). Prince: Inside the Music and the Masks. St. Martin's Press. ISBN 978-1-250-12754-9.
  • Wall, Mick (2016). Prince: Purple Reign. Trapeze. ISBN 978-1-409-16920-8.

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Shannon Elizabeth Fabal
Shannon Elizabeth Fabal was born on September 7, 1976, in Houston, Texas. Her ex....

Shannon Malone
She started her career in 1998 as a dancer in the Shannon Tweed flick Forbidden ....

Shannon Mcleod
Shannon McLeod is a caucasian race girl. She has an average body size and does f....

Shannon Miller
Shannon Miller is one of the most talented gymnast in the entire history of the ....

Shannon O'Hurley
Shannon O'Hurley is a caucasian lady. She has blonde hair and has a average body....

Shannon Sturges
Born on January 3, 1968 in Hollywood, California, USA. She was best recognized f....

Shannon Tweed
Born in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada in March 10, 1957. Shannon Tweed burst ....

Shannon Whirry
Born in Wisconsin, USA on November7, 1964. Sumptuously suckadocious breast-bomb ....

Shannon Wilsey
Born on October 9, 1970 in Mission Viejo, California, USA. She is sometimes cred....

Shannyn Sossamon
The real name is Shannon Marie Kahoolani Sossam. She was born in Hawaii, USA on ....

Sharen Camille
She is a caucasian girl with blonde hair. She stands at 5"7 and has an average b....

Shari Belafonte
Shari attended Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts before transferring t....

Shari Eckert
Just like you can rely on the postal worker for your mail and the McDonald’s dri....

Shari Eubank
Born on June 12, 1947 in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. Shari Eubank is one of Ru....

Shari Lewis
Shari Lewis (January 17, 1933 - August 2, 1998) was a television children's show....

Shari Shattuck
She was born in Atlanta, Georgia, USA on November 11, 1960. She's a caucasian ra....

Sharlene Martin
Gorgeous Sharlene Martin is a Vancouver, B.C.-bred actress who made her debut as....

Sharolyn Sparrow
Sharolyn Sparrow, whose parents were obviously confused on how to spell their bo....

Sharon Brauner
Born in Berlin, Germany on 1969. She is a caucasian girl, brunette and with larg....

Sharon Bruneau
Her birth name is Sharon Leigh Bruneau. She was born on February 1, 1964 in Timm....

Sharon Case
Sharon Case was born on February 9, 1971 in Detroit, Michigan and is an American....

Sharon Clark
Sharon Clark was born in Seminole, Oklahoma, USA on October 15, 1943. She was th....

Sharon Engert
She's a model, actress and a personal trainer. Her hobbies are working out, scub....

Sharon Farrell
American actress Sharon Farrell first began making TV appearance in the early '6....

Sharon Gurney
British actress Sharon Gurney got her start appearing on the London stage and on....

Sharon Hughes
Sharon started her career out in 1983 with a bit part as a nurse in the Burt Rey....

Sharon Kaugh
Sharon Kaugh has a brown colored skin. Her hair is black and in curl. She was st....

Sharon Kelly
Flame-maned, milky-skinned, naturally ultra-busty Sharon Kelly radiated intoxica....

Sharon Lawrence
Sharon Lawrence is perhaps best known from her thrice Emmy-nominated role as Dis....

Sharon Leal
Sharon Leal is Marylin Sudor the dishy music teacher at Winslow High in the tv s....

Sharon Maughan
Sharon Maughan is famous for her role in the eighties Nescafй TV commercials. Si....

Sharon Montgomery
Continuing a solo career based in Houston, Texas, Sharon Montgomery is building ....

Sharon Stone
Born in Meadville, Pennsylvania, Stone is the second of four children. Long befo....

Sharon Tate
Sharon Tate was born in Dallas, Texas and was the first of three daughters born ....

Sharon Vaughan
Sharon Vaughn is a caucasian race girl. She starred in Funny Girl ni 1968 as Zie....

Sharqui Sanders
Sharqui Sanders was born in USA. She is a black race girl, blonde, with large fe....

Shauna Grant
Shauna was born on May 24, 1963 in Bellflower, California, USA. Her birth name i....

Shauna O'Brien
Born in Pasco, Washington, USA on October 17, 1970.When you look as scrumptious ....

Sheeri Rappaport
Sheeri Rappaport is an American actress. She was born in 1977 at Dallas, Texas. ....

Shelley Duvall
Shelley Duvall was seen in Jane Campion's The Portrait of a Lady and will soon b....

Shelley Long
Shelley Long is a multiple-award-winning film and television actress. Born and r....

Shelley Winters
Shelley Winters (born August 18, 1922) is an American actress. Born Shirley Schr....

Shelly Hack
Shelley was born July 6, 1952 in Greenwich, Conneticut, USa and was a model from....

Sheree Murphy
Sheree Murphy is an English actress. She was born at London. She is best known f....

Sheree North
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Sherilyn Baird
Sherilynn Baird is a caucasian race lady. She has a blonde hair and has an avera....

Sherilyn Fenn
Sherilyn Fenn is an American actress. She was born in 1965 at Detroit, Michigan.....

Sherrie Hewson
Sherrie Hewson is an English actress. She was born in 1950 at Burton Joyce, Nort....

Sherrie Lee Cronn
Sherrie Lee Cronn was the star of The World Is Full of Married Men in 1979 and ....

Sherrie Stone
Sherri Stone is a blonde beauty. She has a caucasian skin with asexy body. She s....

Sherry Goggin Giardina
Her name is Sherry Goggin from Chattanooga, Tennessee. She possesses a look tha....

Sherry Stringfield
One of the original cast members of ER, Stringfield continues as Dr. Susan Lewis....

Sheryl Crow
The music of Sheryl Crow has long reflected the musical infatuations that moved ....

Sheryl Lee
Sheryl Lee rose to fame as 'Laura Palmer' in David Lynch's critically acclaimed ....

Shian Li Tsang
Shian Li Tsang is an asian babe. She once appeared in WWF wrestling as one of th....

Shiela E
She was born in La Mesa, California, USA on November 17, 1967. She is a caucasia....

Shii Ann Huang
Shii Ann Huang was the first Asian American ever to appear on CBS's hit show, Su....

Shireen Crutchfield
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Shireen Gayna
Gayna Shireen was born in USA. She starred in Two Idiots in Hollywood in 1988 as....

Shirin Lotze
Shirin Lotze is a caucasian babe with black hair. She also has a slim figure. Sh....

Shirley Anne Field
Shirley Anne and her brother (later a U.S homicide victim) were brought up in an....

Shirley Bassey
She was born and raised in Tiger Bay, Wales a working class area. Her father was....

Shirley Cash
Shirley Cash is a caucasian girl. She has a blonde hair and a slim figure. She s....

Shirley Corrigan
Between 1971 and 1979, Shirley Corrigan appeared in 19 skinematic credits, begin....

Shirley Eaton
Beautiful Shirley Eaton was born in London, England, in January 1937. Her acting....

Shirley Henderson
The eldest of three sisters, Shirley Henderson was born into a working-class fam....

Shirley Jones
was born on March 31st 1934, in the small town of Charleroi, Pennsylvania. The o....

Shirley Knight
A multi talented and multi faceted actress who has been in everything from broad....

Shirley Maclaine
Known as the girl with big red curls and weak ankles, Shirley MacLaine was born ....

Shirley Manson
Lead singer of Garbage, Shirley Manson was born on the 26th of August 1966. As a....

Shonda Farr
Born in Monroe, Louisiana, USA. Played a robot on Buffy which was designed as th....

Shonna Baxter
Shonna Baxter has an unaccredited role in the first of the Bounty Hunter movies ....

Shonna Mccarver
She been weight training since she was 18 years old. On Monday, Wednesday, and F....

Shoshana Lonstein
Fame is like the flu: You can catch it simply by being in the vicinity of someon....

Siberia Federico
Siberia is a caucasian girl. She has a blonde hair and a slim figure. Sometimes ....

Sigal Erez
Sigal Rez has only recently exploded onto the film scene, first appearing in a f....

Sigourney Weaver
Sigourney Weaver (Susan Alexandra Weaver) is an American actress. She was born i....

Silke Natho
Silke is a caucasian girl. She has a blonde hair and a slim figure. She starred ....

Silvana Bayer
Silvana Bayer is an American actress. She was born in 1980 at Los Angeles, Calif....

Silvana Mangano
Silvana Mangano, (April 21, 1930 - December 16, 1989.) Actress. Born in Rome, It....

Silvia Abascal
Born in Madrid, Spain on March 20, 1979. America truly is the greatest country o....

Silvia Aguilar
Born in Spain with a pretty latina race. She is a brunette with medium size brea....

Silvia Bandiera
Silvid Bamdeiera is a caucasian girl. She has a blonde hair and a slim figure. S....

Silvia De Santis
She is a caucasian girl. She has a blonde hair and a slim figure. Her TV role is....

Silvia Dionisio
Silvia was born on September 28, 1951 in Rome, Italy. Sometimes she was credited....

Silvia Espigado
Latina lovely Silvia Espigado proves that a supple set of eye-popping pads perks....

Silvia Gogovacinschi
she is a caucasian redhead with large breasts and has an average body size. She ....

Silvia Janisch
She was born in Germany. She is caucasian with blonde hair, medium breasts and h....

Silvia Jato
Silvia Jato was born on June 6, 1971 in Galicia, Spain. She is the host of 'Pasa....

Silvia Leblanc
She is a caucasian girl. She has a blonde hair and a slim figure. She was born i....

Silvia Moore
Silvia was born on November 17, 1965 to Sylvester Mathis Jr. and Maye Katherine ....

Silvia Munt
She was born on March 24, 1957 in Barcelona, Cataluсa, Spain....

Silvia Pantoja
Silvia Pantoja was the beautiful caucasian babe who starred in "Festival de la c....

Silvia Zanet
Silvia Zanet was a former Miss Universe Fitness. She also won Miss Europa Body B....

Simmone Mackinnon
Born in Mount Isa, Queenland, Australia on March 9, 1973. Castoff debtors, lunat....

Simona Amanar
Simona was born on October 7, 1979 in Constanta and was coached by Nicolae Formi....

Simona Izzo
Simona Izzo was born on April 22, 1953 in Rome, Italy. She lived with Maurizio C....

Simona Ventura
Simona Ventura was born on April 1, 1965 in Chivasso, Turin, Italy. She has one ....

Simone Allen
Simone Allen was a fine actress in her time. She did well in all of her film. Am....

Simone Angel
Simone Angel is a very pretty and talented actress. She has a caucasian skin and....

Simone Bendix
She was born on September 26, 1967 in Denmark.Simone Bendix plays the part of Of....

Simone Brahmann
Simone Brahmann is a caucasian pretty babe. She has a perfect body and has a goo....

Simone Buchanan
Younger sister of actor Miles Buchanan, and older sister of actress Beth Buchana....

Simone Elise Girard
Born in Montreal, Canada, Girard started off her career as a classical dancer. S....

Simone Griffeth
She was born on April 14,1955 in Savannah, Georgia, USA.Known in the film such a....

Simone Kerrick
Simone Kerrick is a very good actress. She is also a beautiful girl with balck h....

Simone Kessell
Born in New Zealand on 1975. She was engaged to Australian director Gregor Jord....

Simone Muterthies
German-born Simone is a relatively new face on the modeling scene, but from what....

Simone Rethel
She was born on June 15, 1949 in Herrsching Ammerse, Germany.Known in the TV ser....

Simone Steltzer
Simone Stelzer was born on 1969 in Herzogenburg, Niederцsterreich, Austria. She ....

Simone Thomalla
Born in April 11, 1965 in Leipzig, Germany. She is the daughter of the art direc....

Simone Walraven
Born in Netherlands on September 9, 1966. On 28 September 1987 she succeeded Ada....

Simonetta Stefanelli
Born in Rome, Italy in November 30, 1954. She'll always be remembered as Michael....

Sin-Hye Hwang
She was born on December 15, 1963 in South korea. Her looks is so Asian, Black H....

Sindee Cox
Sindee Coxx is a voluptous babe during her rising career. She was born on June ....

Sindy Tennes
She was born in USA. Her skin are smooth white, has shown bush, brunette, medium....

Sinead Cusack
Born on February 18, 1948 in Dalkey, Ireland. She is the daughter of Cyril Cusac....

Sinitta
As talented daughter of Miquel Brown (of "So Many Men, So Little Time" fame) Mem....

Sinitta Renet
She was born on October 19, 1966 in Washington, District of Columbia, USA. She ....

Siobhan Mckenna
Born in Belfast, but raised in the Free State/"Republic of Ireland", and educate....

Siri Neal
Siri Neal is a gerteat actress on her time. Her creations in 90's and 80's are U....

Sirpa Lane
Discovered in Sweden originally by director David Hamilton, her career really to....

Sissi Perlinger
Her birthname is Elisabeth Judith Michaela Perlinger.She was born on December 3,....

Sissy Spacek
As a kid, Sissy climbed trees, rode horses, swam, and played in the woods, (othe....

Sisters Kanonidou
Sisters Kanonidou or Katerina Kanonidou was starred in the film "Beautiful Peop....

Sita Renne Thompson
Sita started her career in 1994 as one of the “Brain Dogs” in the action flick S....

Siu Wai Cheung
Siu Wai Cheung has but only one film credit on her resume, but lo, what a credit....

Sky Solari
Who wants to bet Sky’s parents were hippies? With a name like “Sky,” it wouldn’t....

Skye Blue
Skye Blue began her raunchy career as a hardcore star of filthy pornography appr....

Skylar Nicholas
Skylar Nicholas or sometimes credited as Sky Nicholas. She is a blode caucasian ....

Smadi Wolfman
Smadi is France’s answer to Mena Suvari. She has those same, slightly wider-than....

Sofia Aliberti
Sophia Aliberti was born on March 3, 1963 in Greece. Her filmographies are "Pio ....

Sofia Alves
Born in Luanda, Angola on September 25, 1974. In the early-1990s, Sofia left her....

Sofia Aparicio
Sofia Aparнcio is a very pretty babe that is why she is a famous model. She has ....

Sofia Coppola
Sofia Coppola grew up in Northern California. After doing costume design on two ....

Sofia Eriksson
Worked as a professional photographer.Lives on Lidingц outside Stockholm, Sweden....

Sofia Mazagatos
Ex-boyfriend: Kako Larraсaga.Miss Spain 1991. She October 5 1974 in Madrid, Spai....

Sofia Milos
Sofia Milos is a Swiss-born American actress. She is best known for playing ' De....

Sofia Moran
Discovered in 1968 while singing in a Talent showcase by Joseph Estrada, Philipp....

Sofia Shinas
She was born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Sometimes credited as Sophia Shinas.Kn....

Sofia Vergara
Sofia Vergara is a Colombian actress. She was born on July10, 1972 at Barranquil....

Sofie Lassen Kahlke
Sofie Katrine Lassen-Kahlke was born on July 18 1979 in Denmark, and was discove....

Soledad Miranda
She has a son (Antonio) with Josй Manuel Conceicao Simones.Her pseudonym, Susann....

Soledad Silveyra
In show business since almost childhood, she is one of the most popular actresse....

Soledad St. Hilaire
Soledad St. Hilaire was born in Santo Tomas Hospital in the City of Panama, on O....

Soleil Moon Frye
Soleil Moon Frye began acting at the age of two, after seeing her father, vetera....

Sondra Currie
Daughter of Marie Harmon.Sister of Cherie Currie and Marie Currie. Ex-sister-in-....

Sondra Locke
Attended Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN Drama Major, Gradua....

Sonia Braga
Sonia Braga is the sexy, smoldering actress who rose to stardom in her native Br....

Sonia Couling
was born in Bangkok, Thailand and is half English and half Thai. She attended bo....

Sonia Infante
Born in Morelia, Mexico on February 17, 1944. Mexican mamacita Sonia Infante was....

Sonia Mankai
Born in Paris, France. Sonia burst onto the French cinematic scene in 1995 with ....

Sonia Rolland
Born in Kigali, Rwanda, from a Rwandese Tutsi mother, Landrada, and a French fat....

Sonia Topazio
She was born on September 8, 1969 in Potenza Italy. Known in the films such as C....

Sonja Kerskes
She was born on 1975 in Germany. Her skin is smmothly white, brunette, has medui....

Sonja Kirchberger
She can’t benchpress a Volkswagen, but Sonja Kirchberger is still our favorite a....

Sonja Martin
Born in Germany on 1962. Not much can be said about Sonja Martin, other than she....

Sonja Richter
Born in Denmark on January 4, 1974. She is a caucasian girl, blonde, has medium ....

Sonja Savic
born in Cacak, Serbia, Yugoslavia on September 15,1961. Sonja burst onto the Ski....

Sonja Sohn
Although her mix of African American and Korean American heritage; her exotic, l....

Sonora
For a One-Time Wonder, ol Sonora sure did hit it big! Although she only managed ....

Sonsee Ahray
Her real name is Sonseeahray Flцthmann. She was born in Frankfurt, Germany on Ju....

Sonya Kraus
Was a talented ballet dancer until she became too tall for a professional career....

Soo Garay
Born in Ontario, Canada. Soo started her career out in 1988 with a bit part in t....

Sook-Yin Lee
Born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.Canadian-born, exhibitionistic Asian....

Sophia Crawford
Born in Battersea, England, UK on May 19, 1966. It's not totally far-fetched tha....

Sophia Loren
Her real name is Sofia Villani Scicolone. She was born in Pozzuoli, Campania, It....

Sophia Raafat
As a hostess on English channel Auctionworld TV, Sophia manages to make home sho....

Sophie Aldred
ophie Aldred was born in Greenwich, England and brought up in Blackhealth, South....

Sophie Anderton
An English supermodel born in Bristol on 2nd January 1978, Anderton was catapaul....

Sophie Aubry
Born in France on 1974. Sophie Aubry was only 15 years young when she rocketed t....

Sophie Barjac
Born in Bruges, Belgium on March 24, 1957.Comely French kitten Sophie got her bi....

Sophie Broustal
She was born in France. Sophie snuck onto the French Skinematic Scene in 1990 wi....

Sophie Dahl
Was first discovered by Isabella Blow, a Vogue stylist/fashion expert who also l....

Sophie Dix
A pair of knockout all-natural cans, a big, beautiful, ready-to-rumble bum and a....

Sophie Duez
Born in Nizza, Provence-Alpes-Cote D'Azur, France on October 6, 1962. Sophie is ....

Sophie Ellis Bextor
Sophie Ellis Bextor thinks of her music as being a bit like a courtship. She con....

Sophie Evans
Her real name is Sofia Szabo. She was born in Szeged, Hungary on February 20, 19....

Sophie Favier
If Vanna White were French and loved to show off her naked body (that's redundan....

Sophie Fontanel
Sophie Fontanel played in TV series entitled "Nulle part ailleurs" in 1987 as he....

Sophie Forte
Sophie Forte is a talented actress. To name the few of her creations and most re....

Sophie Froissard
Sophie Froissard is a caucasian lady with black hair. Her body is in average siz....

Sophie Graabol
Sometimes she was called Sofie Grabol. She was born in Denmark on July 30, 1968.....

Sophie Guillemin
Sophie Guillemin was born in Paris. She received her BAC (French academic qualif....

Sophie Knijff
Sophie is a pretty lady with a caucasian skin. She has blonde hair and an averag....

Sophie Lee
Most recently Sophie Lee starred as Nina in He Died With A Felafel In His Hand. ....

Sophie Lorain
Born on November 20, 1957. She's a caucasian girl, brunette and has an average b....

Sophie Marceau
One of France's most recognizable film stars, Sophie Marceau is possibly best kn....

Sophie Monk
She is sometimes called as Bardot. She was born on December 14, 1979 in England,....

Sophie Ngan
Sophie first appeared on the Hong Kong Skinematic Scene in 2000 with a part as “....

Sophie Noel
From 1991, at the age of 19, she became a regular guest of "La Classe" TV series....

Sophie Pincemaille
Sophie is a caucasian babe. She has a blonde hair and has an average body size.....

Sophie Rois
Born in Linz, Austria in 1961. She is a caucasian girl, brunette and has an aver....

Sophie Rosentreter
Born in Hamburg, Germany on December 19, 1973. A 5"11, petite-breasted Hamburg t....

Sophie Scholz
Sophie Scholz is an award winning actress. She diid "Manns - Ein Jahrhundertroma....

Sophie Schuett
She is sometime called as Sophie Schьtt. She was born on March 9, 1974 in Hambur....

Sophie Thalmann
Sophie Thalmann is a great actress. She was born on May 7, 1976 in Bar-le-duc, F....

Sophie Von Kessel
Born in Mexico City, Mexico on October 12, 1968. Although Sophie started her car....

Sophie Ward
Sophie was born on December 30, 1964 in London, England, UK. She is the daughter....

Sophie Zelmani
In 1995 Sophie came from nowhere with the release of her self-entitled debut alb....

Sophie.B. Hawkins
A New York-based pop singer/songwriter, Sophie B. Hawkins' music ranges from dan....

Spice Williams
Born on a ranch in North Hollywood, California, Spice rode her horse to kinderga....

Sprague Grayden
Sprague Grayden has been acting since the age of five. After graduating cum laud....

Stacey Alden
Stacey started her career off with a bang. Her first part, as a supporting playe....

Stacey Dash
Born in the Bronx, N.Y., Dash felt destined for acting after an appearance in a ....

Stacey Elder
Stacey Elder, from the Fall '99 Hollywood advertising campaign, has been on the ....

Stacey Nelkin
She was originally cast as Mary, the infamous "Sixth Replicant" in "Blade Runner....

Stacey Nemour
This empowered, confident, 5’8” gorgeous blonde female worked for the past 15 ye....

Stacey Ness
Ness is a TOP Model with Ford Models world wide, has countless. She does several....

Stacey Stillman
She earned her JD degree from New York University School of Law in 1998 and comp....

Stacey Travis
She was born in Dallas USA. Known in her first starring role The Love Boat: The....

Stacey Walker
Stacey Walker jumped into the movie world after being discovered by the producer....

Stacey Williams
Growing up on the sunny west coast of Florida with a dad that could sing and whi....

Staci Keanan
Staci Keanan was born on June 6, 1975. She began working as a model when she was....

Stacie Lambert
Stacie, quite unfortunately, only made her way onto The Silver Screen one time, ....

Stacy Dragila
She was born on March 25, 1971 in Auburn California. The first and only women's ....

Stacy Edwards
Edwards has appeared in a variety of films, including Driven, starring Sylvester....

Stacy Fuson
Playboy Playmate of the Month for February 1999. Chosen as the 2005 St. Pauli Gi....

Stacy Grant
She was born in Canada. Known in her starring role in Madison 1993 as Tia Winslo....

Stacy Haiduk
Voted prettiest eyes and best figure by her class-mates as a senior in high scho....

Stacy Kamano
Stacy Kamano was born on September 17th 1974 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA . Stacy is....

Stacy Keibler
Stacy Keibler was born in Baltimore, Maryland on October 14, 1979. She began dan....

Stacy Nelkin
Stacy, although a beautiful and seemingly talented actress, has spent most of he....

Stacy Noel
She was born on March 14, 1972 in Cedar Falls, Iowa, USA. Sometimes she was cred....

Stacy Rosman
She was born on September 20, 1968 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. She has a....

Stacy Valentine
Her birth name is Stacy Baker. She was born on August 9, 1970 in Tulsa, Oklahoma....

Stacy Warfel
Stacy Warfel is a hot blonde babe. She has the perfect body fo her time. She mea....

Stark Raven
Stark was born in USA. She is a caucasian babe, brunette and has small breasts. ....

Starr Andreeff
She was born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada on March 1964. Starr is the Vice-pres....

Stefania Casini
She was born in Villa di Chiavenna, Italy on September 4, 1948. A slim and slink....

Stefania Gomez
Stefania Gomez was born onNOvember 19, 1976. She is a pretty blonde with nice bo....

Stefania Montorsi
Stefania was born in Italy. She is a caucasian babe, brunette, with medium size ....

Stefania Orsola Garello
Stefania has pretty much stuck to her native Italy in her pursuit of a movie car....

Stefania Rocca
tefania Rocca, born in 1971, is an experienced Italian actress who has drawn att....

Stefania Sandrelli
Born in Viareggio, Italy on June 5, 1946. Stefania Sandrelli was only fifteen wh....

Stefania Stella
Her real name is Stefania Di Giandomenico. She was born in Italy. Stefania is so....

Stefanie Petsch
A caucasian girl, brunette, has medium size breasts and has an average body size....

Stefanie Powers
Her real name is Stefania Zofia Federkiewcz. She was born in Hollywood, Californ....

Stefanie Schmid
Born in Stuttgart, Germany on April 18, 1972. With her big brown eyes, even bigg....

Stefanie Stappenbeck
Born in Potsdam, Germany on April 11, 1947. She is a caucasian girl, brunette wi....

Stefanie Von Pfetten
Her German name translates to "Stefanie of purlins" in English. A purlin is a ho....

Steffi Graf
Steffi Graf started playing tennis at age 3, coached by her father. Under the ar....

Stella Adorf
Born on August 29, 1963 in Mendrisio, Tessin, Switzerland. She is the daughter o....

Stella Farentino
She was born in Toronto, Canada. If Marlon Brando met the scrumptiously stacked ....

Stella Mccartney
She was born on September 13, 1971 in London, England, UK. Her nickname is Stell....

Stella Porter
Stella got her first big break in the Surrender Cinema release Sex Files: Dungeo....

Stella Stevens
Her real name is Estelle Eggleston. She was born in Yazoo City, Mississippi, USA....

Stella Tennant
Stella Tennant is a caucasian babe with blonde hair and a slim body. People cosi....

Stepfanie Kramer
Born in Los Angeles, California, ., USA on August 6, 1956. The plucky daughter o....

Stephane Audran
Born in Versailles, Yvelines, France on November 2, 1932. Stйphane Audran came i....

Stephanee La Fleur
Born in Upland, California, USA. Stephanee, as she spells it, started her career....

Stephanie Adams
Stephanie was born on July 24, 1970 in Orange, New Jersey, USA. She was Playbo....

Stephanie Anderson
Stйphanie started her acting career out in the background of 1992’s Waterland, b....

Stephanie Ann Smith
There isn’t a whole helluva lot to say about this actress, as her career spanned....

Stephanie Arellano
She was born in USA. A caucasian girl, brunette, has medium size breasts and an ....

Stephanie Beacham
Born in Casablanca, Morocco on February 28, 1947. Imperious and with a great as....

Stephanie Beaton
Steph was born in the very small town of Alliance, Ohio no July 16,1972. She had....

Stephanie Bews
Her filmographies are Fiona Cooper in 2003, Top Girls 5 in 2001 as Stephanie, Ar....

Stephanie Blake
Born in Wichita Falls, Texas, USA. It may have been Ferris Bueller's Day Off (19....

Stephanie Braunschweig
She was born in France. She is a caucasian girl, brunette, with medium size brea....

Stephanie Cabon
Stephanie Cabon is a pretty caucasian babe. She has a beutiful body and a long b....

Stephanie Chao
You may have noticed Stephanie Chao's undeniable beauty as "Angel #3" in her deb....

Stephanie Dill
Stephanie Dill was born on November 15, 1972 in Ozark, Arkansas, USA. She is the....

Stephanie Draber
Stйphanie Draber is caucasian race with black hair. She appeared in TV Shows lik....

Stephanie Fondue
Stephanie Fondue is a caucasian girl with blonde hair. She made "The Cheerleader....

Stephanie Gesnel
Stephanie Gesnel is a caucasian babe with blonde hair. She has a perfect body w....

Stephanie Gossger
Born in Ulm, Germany on August 18, 1975. she is a caucasian girl, blonde with la....

Stephanie Johnston
Stephanie is one of the many One-Time Wonders that grace the sometimes curiously....

Stephanie Lafleur
Stephanee grew up in Vancouver, Washington and then spent her High School years ....

Stephanie Mcmahon
Even the toughest chicks have a soft center, and fans of fighting females everyw....

Stephanie Meire
Stephanie Meire is an actress and model at the same time. She was born in Brugge....

Stephanie Menuez
Stephanie Menuez appeared in such films as Lawnmower Man 2: Beyond Cyberspace (1....

Stephanie Miller
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