Who better to ring in the four year anniversary of 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' than rock n' roll and pop royalty? Prince took the stage for the show's celebratory episode, performing one old and one new song.
When it comes to the music business and the world of celebrity, New York City and Los Angeles are where the action is. Yet, some platinum artists choose to live a more secluded lifestyle away from the spotlight, either because they want to maintain their privacy, like Prince in Minneapolis, or because they want to enjoy a life in the country, like John Mayer in Montana.
How strange is it that Prince, the man who once diligently worked to keep his music off the web and who in 2010 declared "The Internet is dead," is now leaking new material online to create buzz? We don't quite understand the abrupt change in tactics, but we will never complain about receiving new music from the purple genius, like his latest offering, 'Breakfast Can Wait.'
It's February, which means the Grammy Awards are right around the corner! In honor of the distinguished award ceremony and the great live music we get to see each year during its broadcast, we've compiled a list of the best Grammy performances for your viewing pleasure.
We didn't need Prince's new Billboard magazine cover story to tell us the guy was eccentric. That has been obvious for years. But the interview does provide some fascinating pieces of information about his idiosyncrasies, including the fact that he has an aggressive team of black female lawyers, he doesn't like old people and he abhors cover versions of songs, even though he's recorded numerous covers himself.
Prince seems to be gearing up for another big comeback. The typically reclusive performer appears on the cover of the current issue of Billboard and has been releasing new music, including the just-issued lyric video for a song called 'Screw Driver.'
Leaked through an unknown Twitter account, a previously unreleased Prince song called 'Same Page, Different Book' has hit the web. The funky mid-tempo track finds Prince vaguely addressing war, government and spirituality.
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