Men are from Mars, women are from Venus. And Prince? Well, he’s from Marz.
The rocker performed a medley of tunes from his pair of new albums, ARTOFFICIALAGE and PLECTRUMELECTRUM, which came out last September, showing off new material while exhibiting the form and stage presence that made him a star from the start.
To promote his pair of new albums, Prince will be taking the Saturday Night Live stage.
Prince kept his distance from the fans, appearing only to play his music, which left many fans on Twitter disappointed. But being the once elusive symbol that he is, he surprised fans by calling out Kendrick Lamar to perform with him.
The event kicks off at 10:30 p.m. ET on the Live Nation Channel on Yahoo.
After teasing “Clouds” when his bandmates announced his new two albums on Good Morning America, Prince has followed it up with “Funknroll.”
While Prince fans eagerly await the release of two new albums on Sept. 30, the singer has shared two new songs: “U Know” and “Whitecaps.”
Prince was home and she did bump into him playing guitar in his home, but Kesha says he didn’t speak to her, only gave her a look of questioning wonder.
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