Watch every Super Bowl halftime show from the past twenty years, and then decide which one's the best.
Prince finally unblocked the video from public consumption, which contains footage of him performing a song he never held ownership of in the first place.
Our quest to determine the greatest pop video of the modern era continues with two legendary icons going head-to-head to win your votes.
Beyonce posted a short, unofficial cover of the classic Prince song "Darling Nikki" online with the lyrics repurposed to apply to Nicki Minaj.
Prince removed his entire discography from all streaming sites except for two, but if you follow him on Twitter, this shouldn't come as a total surprise.
Listen to Prince's call for peace on his new track, "Baltimore."
33 years after he first made his 'Saturday Night Live' debut in 1981, Prince returned to the live comedy variety show on Nov. 1 to perform an eight-minute medley comprising of three new songs: 'Clouds,' 'Marz' and 'Anotherlove.'
Prince is releasing not one, but two brand-new studio albums -- and they are both dropping next month!
It's a battle of the best karaoke pop songs! Picture it: You're out on a night on the town with your friends, and someone inevitably decides to hit up some good, old-fashioned karaoke. Would you go for a classic, like Prince's 'Kiss'? How about a '90s-era smash like Backstreet Boys' 'I Want It That Way' or 'Baby One More Time' by Britney Spears? Or maybe Justin Bieber's 'Baby' or Katy Perry's anthemic 'Firework' is more your speed. But of course, you can't forget modern pop staples like Miley Cyrus' 'Wrecking Ball' and Lorde's 'Royals'... decisions, decisions! Which song would you rather sing at karaoke?