Prince – I Feel For You [Acoustic Demo]

In honor of the 40th anniversary of Prince’s second album, Prince—which was released on October 19, 1979—The Prince Estate and Warner Records are pleased to announce the surprise release of a previously unheard, solo acoustic demo recording of the Grammy-winning Prince track “I Feel for You,” available on streaming services and as a limited-run 7” vinyl single.

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New Music: Nicklas Sahl

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Danish indie pop. Also, check out his cover of Prince’s ‘When Doves Cry‘… Haunting!

Nicklas Sahl

Breakfast Can Wait…

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… But Prince’s new single is out now already. I just can’t say no to anything this man does, I think it’s all my childhood years fixed on the telly watching him be a menace.

Capital Cities do an amazing Prince cover

Capital Cities were featured on here last year and their cheeky, fresh blend of electropop has been used to make this pretty splendid cover of Prince’s ‘Nothing Compares 2 U‘. It seems to be a free download too.

Mighty Mouse reworks a Prince classic. And it is Amazing.

Nothing else to say really. Thank you Mr Mighty Mouse. Enjoy.

Free Download: Jem Stone ‘Sexy Muthaflapper’

This is such a feel good mix of sounds- if you’re into your Prince and Jamiroquai you will love, love, love this. Download this free cheeky bootleg from Jem Stone that’s been causing major damage in his sets of late. SexyMuthaFlapper is laced with Jem’s current electro-swing vibe, as can be heard on the ‘Jem Stone’s Perpetual Lotion‘ EP, out now on Freshly Squeezed.

MP3: Jem Stone – Sexy Muthaflapper

New Music: Amalia

Can you guess the inspiration behind this? I can… I say Prince and Grace Jones. Which is an amazing blend. I do enjoy Prince. This is very interesting funk. Check out here.

Robyn covers the best Prince song of all time

Wow. Woow. Wooow. When Doves Cry is probably the best thing to come out of the 80’s, and Robyn is probably one of the best things to come out of the 90’s, so you know… I don’t know where this sentence is going to be honest, I’ve had some wine. This is pretty amazing though.

Prince rehearsing in a warehouse in 1984

This proves that even icons like to practice. But it also proves that icons create unrefined beauty with whatever they do.