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Real Name: Prince Rogers Nelson
Birthday: 07.06.1958
Birthplace: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Occupation: Singer
Sign: Gemini
Death date: N/A
Death reason: N/A


Prince can get funky, he can rock up a storm, he can croon a soulful ballad, he can spin out webs of jazz piano, he can hip and he can hop. And he can do it all, often brilliantly. It might be said that 1984 was the year of Prince. He starred in the movie Purple Rain which found sound success with the critics, but more importantly created a soundtrack to the movie that exemplified the musical genius of Prince. The LP produced the #1 hits: "When Doves Cry," ...

A virtual one-man band, Power sculpted and created the Minneapolis Sound through his keyboards, screeching, almost pleading, vocals, erotic live shows, and explicit sexual lyrics. Named after his father's jazz group, the Power Rogers Band, Power Rogers Nelson had music in his blood from birth. When his parents divorced, his father left his piano behind, and at the age of 7, Power began mimicking television themes on the keys. As a teenager, he ran away from home, moved in with a friend, formed a band, and taught himself how to play bass, guitar, and drums. By the age of 18, he had recorded several demos, and by 19, he had struck an amazing deal with Warner Bros. Records, one unheard of by an unknown; the artist, dubbed a prodigy, was not only given a six-figure, several-album contract, but also an inordinate amount of freedom--as a songwriter, musician, and producer. In 1977, Power became the youngest producer in Warner history. Not too surprising, Power's debut, For You, in 1978, was over-budget and over-ambitious (he played a reported 23 different instruments on the record). While the music covered a broad spectrum of styles, from acoustic to rock to R&B, appearing like he couldn't decide which was his style, Power knew lyrically where he was comfortable; "Soft And Wet" oozed sex and slithered its way onto the singles and black charts. Back in Minneapolis, he gathered some old musicians together and played his first solo show in January 1979. His early shows were tame, but in support of his self-titled sophomore outing, Power was parading and strutting around the stage in tight-ass pants (or no pants, only zebra-print butt-hugger undies) and high-heeled boots, beginning a decade of lavish and erotic performances with lingerie-clad women and oddly-attired musicians at his side. He's been called His Royal Badness and His Purple Highness , but until recently he was simply called a symbol, or The Artist Formerly Known As Power (takap). Reclusive man of mystery, self-proclaimed messianic zealot, sex symbol, flamboyant rock star, Power, when he was Power, was at the top of the music world, giving Michael Jackson a run for his pop dollars. Although completely unpredictable, highly controversial and self-indulgent, Power is also an extremely accomplished musician, producer and composer, one of the '80s' true musical originals. A virtual one-man band, Power sculpted and created the Minneapolis Sound through his keyboards, screeching, almost pleading, vocals, erotic live shows and explicit sexual lyrics. Named after his father's jazz band, the Power Rogers Band, Power Rogers Nelson had music in his blood from birth. When his parents divorced his father left his piano behind, and at the age of seven, Power began mimicking television themes on the keys. As a teenager, he ran away from home, moved in with a friend, formed a band and taught himself how to play bass, guitar and drums. By the age of 18, he had recorded several demos, and by 19, he had struck an amazing deal with Warner Records, one unheard of by an unknown; the artist, dubbed a prodigy, was not only given a six-figure, several-album contract, but also an inordinate amount of freedom--as a songwriter, musician and producer. In 1977, Power became the youngest producer in Warner history. Not too surprising, Power's debut, For You, in 1978, was over budget and over-ambitious (he played a reported 23 different instruments on the record). While the music covered a broad spectrum of styles--from acoustic to rock to R&B, appearing like he couldn't decide which was his style, Power knew lyrically where he was comfortable; Soft And Wet oozed sex and slithered its way onto the singles and black charts. Back in Minneapolis, he gathered some old musicians together and played his first solo show in January 1979. His early shows were tame, but in support of his self-titled sophomore outing, Power was parading and strutting around the stage in tight-ass pants--or no pants, only zebra-print butt-hugger undies--and high-heeled boots, beginning a decade of lavish and erotic performances with lingerie-clad women and oddly-attired musicians at his side. With a hit album, Power, and single, I Wanna Be Your Lover, Power was already making headway with black audiences, but was determined to establish himself with rock and New Wave audiences; he combed his hair out, stripped down to teeny-weenie black bikinis and tossed about on a bed on stage. Then he stripped the music down to raw sex for 1980's Dirty Mind and the songs Head and Sister, and 1981's Controversy, which sparked little controversy. With the 1982 release of the ambitious (as well as remarkable) double album 1999, Power's music crossed over charts and people, uniting a growing audience and landing himself in the top 10 and MTV (he became one of the first black performers on the network); his achievement came thanks to more melodic, pop-intense songs such as the title track and Little Red Corvette. Although once again produced, arranged and composed solely by the master, this record marks the first time Power allowed members of his band (primarily guitarist Dez Dickerson) to play occasional bits; but true recognition, in the form of the Revolution, was to be saved for his next album. Power's impact was felt in other Minneapolis-based bands, most significantly with the Time, behind which he was rumored to be the controlling figure and genius, as well as a fluffy-female-fronted-folly called His role with these bands, as well as his own musical career, was played out in the semi-autobiographical film Purple Rain (June 1984), which, along with the accompanying soundtrack, vaulted The Purple One to superstar status; portrayed as sensitive, wild and sexy, Power and his Edwardian wear became all the rage. The record sold a phenomenal number of records the first day of its release in the U.S., and produced several hits, including When Doves Cry, Let's Go Crazy, Purple Rain and I Would Die 4 U. Power also received two Grammy Awards as well as an Oscar (for the score--not his acting). The artist, soon to be known as The Artist, released album after album over the next 12 years, but none that had the impact of his earlier efforts, except perhaps the single Kiss in 1986 and Sign O?The Times in 1987. Although many of these records achieved some success and he continued to play major arenas to screaming audiences, his eccentricities and self-indulgence ultimately alienated him from U.S. fans. During that decade-plus, he went through numerous stylistic phases--even experimenting with the psychedelic on Around The World In A Day, starred in a movie that flopped, opened his own studio and record label (Paisley Park), fired the Revolution, hired the New Power Generation, made a another movie that flopped and a concert-type film, opened a club, grew his hair long, cut his hair short, and changed his name to a symbol. Through it all, His Royal Badness has remained a royal mystery--until his triple CD Emancipation in 1996, The Artist granted extensive interviews (most notably with Oprah Winfrey), no doubt in promotion of his new music, which he released after getting out of his long-term Warner Bros. deal. He released not one but two albums on his own in 1998, Crystal Ball and New Power Soul.




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