Prince’s Relationship Status Gets Complicated on ‘Guitar’
“Guitar” showed up smack dab in the middle of his last act, and while the lyrics are an ode to his love of the six-string, the musical arrangement is all talk and no action.
Person, Place or Thing? Three ‘Dream Factory’ Theories: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Is Prince's "Dream Factory" about a person, place or thing? Diffuser explores all three theories about the legendary 'Crystal Ball' track.
Prince Has No Time for ‘Old Friends 4 Sale': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
The unreleased original version of Prince's "Old Friends 4 Sale" is a requiem for the end of Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis's original run in the Time.
Prince Juggles Faith and a Dirty Mind on ‘Elixer': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince uses some cunning wordplay to balance sensuality and spirituality on "Elixer," the title track of Bria Valente's self-titled album.
The Long, Strange Trip of Prince’s ‘Strange Relationship': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince's "Strange Relationship" was earmarked for three other albums before landing on his opus, 'Sign O' the Times.'
Prince Visits the ‘Warden in the Prison of Love': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
"Warden in the Prison of Love" is Prince's love letter to Margie Cox, singer of Minneapolis legends Dr. Mambo's Combo.
Prince Explores the Good Life in ‘Good Love’: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
In 1988, Prince contributed "Good Love" to the soundtrack of "Bright Lights. Big City" starring Michael J. Fox.
Sheila E. Leaves Minneapolis to Make It Big in ‘Holly Rock': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince hands the spotlight -- and the royalties -- over to Sheila E for "Holly Rock" from the 'Krush Groove' soundtrack.
Prince Becomes a Funk Junkie Addicted to ‘Purple Music': 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince addresses drugs, sex, religion and music in the unreleased 10-minute dance opus, "Purple Music."
Prince’s ‘Most Beautiful Girl’ Isn’t Who You Think It Is: 365 Prince Songs in a Year
Prince scores one of his biggest, and final, hits with "The Most Beautiful Girl in the World," his first release without the help of Warner Bros.