“Prince 4Ever” is a 40-song compilation of his biggest hits from his Warner Bros. days along with two previously unreleased songs: “Batdance” and “Moonbeam Levels.” It’s due in stores Nov. 22 and will feature a booklet with new Prince photos shot by photographer Herb Ritts.
The Queens rapper, half the ’90s hardcore duo with Havoc, has written a book with journalist Kathy Iandoli called “commissary kitchen: my infamous prison cookbook.” It’s out this month from Infamous, Prodigy’s own imprint at Akashic Books, based in Brooklyn where he now lives.
Dylan, 75, is arguably the most iconic poet-musician of his generation. Songs such as “Blowin’ in the Wind” and “The Times They Are A-Changin'” became anthems for the U.S. anti-war and civil rights movements of the 1960
“Think of this as two different levels: Prime is now the introductory service and Unlimited is the full service,” said Steve Boom, Amazon’s vice president of digital music.
The Chanhassen City Council recently approved a new temporary operating permit for the museum. Paisley Park will now open on Oct. 13, 15 and 21-23 in addition to previously announced tours on Oct. 14.
Jon Platt of Warner/Chappell said Temperton was the sole writer of “Thriller,” ”Off the Wall,” ”Rock with You” and other major hits. He said Temperton’s family is “devastated” and is planning a private funeral.
Paisley Park tours are scheduled to begin Thursday, Oct. 6. It’s not clear when the council will decide on the rezoning request.
“I wanted to incorporate the song in the show because the lyrics resonated with me so deeply and so heavily because of all the shootings and police brutality and I never got a chance to say anything,” Blige said. “I’m a singer first …so that’s the only way I can express myself and …the only way I can get that reaction from (Hillary) is to sing it.”