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Performer: Prince
Title: Prince
Released: 1979
Style: Future Jazz
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Prince is the self-titled second studio album by American recording artist Prince. It was released on October 19, 1979 by Warner Bros. The album was written, arranged, composed, produced and performed entirely by Prince. Prince peaked at 22 on the US Billboard 200 and 3 on the US Billboard Top R&B Albums. The album contained three R&B/dance hits: "Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?", "Sexy Dancer" and "I Wanna Be Your Lover"

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Prince is the second studio album by American recording artist Prince. Records Prince recorded the album in just a few weeks after Warner Bros. asked for a follow-up to his 1978 debut, For You. Prince had used twice his initial recording advance on the album, and it had failed to generate a pop hit (although "Soft and Wet" became a No. 12 R&B hit).

com, and 3rdeyetunes. Son of pianist and songwriter John L. Nelson, brother of Tyka Nelson (sister) & Sharon Nelson (half-sister). Prince was married to Mayte (from 1996 to 2000) and to Manuela Testolini (from 2001 to 2006). He owned the doves, Divinity And Majesty.

A 15-track album featuring 14 previously unreleased recordings that illuminate the vital role Prince played in other artists’ careers, Originals includes Prince's foundational recordings of hit songs like "Manic Monday," "The Glamorous Life," "Jungle Love," and more. Prince led the way, for artistic freedom, for ownership. He’s one of the bravest people I can think of in the industry," Jay-Z told the New York Times

Prince’s first album For You was released by Warner in 1978 and got stuck at on Billboard’s Pop Chart. Later Prince said that For You didn’t reflect him as a person. It was too mechanical and recorded after too many sessions on very little sleep. He said of the album, I didn’t really feel like recording for eighty per cent of the record. This religious, jazzy album (Prince had recently converted to become a Jehovah’s Witness) was a big gig for Bayoc. The name Cbabi Bayoc is an acronym for Creative Black Artist Battling Ignorance and Blessed African Youth of Creativity. Just a few years before, you could find Bayoc at Six Flags Over St. Louis working as a caricature artist.

This was Prince’s final Warner Bros. album under his birth name; weary of his label’s constantly pumping the brakes on his release schedule, pushed to the brink by its cancellation of a distribution deal with Paisley Park Records, he raided his vault for Come. Just 18 when he started recording the album, Prince constructed entrance and exit signs with uncanny prescience. For You is 68 seconds of gobsmacked a cappella harmonies, devotional and harrowing, built from his full vocal range. I’m Yours is stadium funk, with hair-metal curls, a bass solo, and an almost subversive impulse to tuck his rough falsetto into the fully-loaded mix.

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