PRINCE News From Paisley Park! “Breakfast”, Janelle, Livestreams To Return & The Lyrics To “FUNKNROLL”
It has been a hot year for PRINCE and it looks like it is not going to cool down anytime soon!
As we told you about earlier, "Breakfast Can Wait" is out now worldwide! Please support NPG/Kobalt Music!
We talked about on the Prince spreecast about leaks to the Janelle Monae and Prince duet "Givin' 'Em What They Love" but rather than burning a copy (Eww) it is best to pre-order the double album version from Target now! We will even provide you with a link HERE to do so!
The man JoshuaWorld has been remixing the new concert closer "FUNKNROLL" and we have been told it will be released soon. We asked in what form but right now they don't know.
Have you been missing the Livestreams? When the band returns to Minneapolis from a very short break, we are told the Livestreams will start back up. Get this. We have been told that Prince is writing and recording a lot these days, so new music is definitely on the way!
"GROOVY POTENTIAL" is an outtake so that should give you an indication of what to expect....hmm.
After an outcry from Autism Awareness, J. Cole has apologized for his offensive lyric in Drake's "Jodeci Freestyle" song.
Cole made the announcement stating:
"he doesn't agree with the recent trend of pressure rappers have faced to apologize when they step over a perceived line, but in this case he feels he went too far in a verse he contributed to Drake's "Jodeci Freestyle."
"To the parents who are fighting through the frustrations that must come with raising a child with severe autism, finding strength and patience that they never knew they had; to the college student with Asperger's syndrome; to all those overcoming autism,"
"You deserve medals, not disrespect. I hope you accept my sincere apology."-DocFB
Diagnosis: Cole seems apologetic although at first it sounded like he doesn't like to apologize for lyrics like others have lately. I think Cole gets it and will write better lyrics going forward.
There are times when songs are so powerful. They are not sung perfectly. They are not going to win awards. The message, however, the journey, makes the song amazing. This is one of those instances. We all know Demi Lovato has been though a lot in the past year. Rehab. So-called weight issues. Losing the approval of Disney moms. The thing is, many teenage girls relate to her in ways we just don't understand.
"Skyscraper" (The other blogger cannot even spell that right) debuted on E! News tonight. They get it. They are not putting Demi under the rug. Everyone makes mistakes. Everyone wants to rise up as tall as a skyscraper after hitting rock bottom.
"You can take everything I have. You can break everything I am" she sings. The thing is, they did. Yet, she is rising from the ground.
Like I said before, it is not sung perfectly but the emotions more than make up for it. If it was sung perfectly without the emotions and inspiration, I would not be digging it.-Dr.FB