THE LAVISH DEFINITIVE: The Prince Songs You’ve Got To Hear, From His ’70s and 1980s Albums (Part 1)

by Shardae Jobson On April 21, my music palette changed from random (per usual) to a stream of nothing but the catalog of Prince. For three weeks, only Beyoncé‘s Lemonade and occasional dips into ’70s rock (a major influence on Prince) cracked my devotion of listening to as many albums, extended mixes, B-sides, and hard to find tracks (listen to “Moonbeam Levels” RIGHT NOW) and bootlegs by … Continue reading THE LAVISH DEFINITIVE: The Prince Songs You’ve Got To Hear, From His ’70s and 1980s Albums (Part 1)