The artist formerly known as The Artist Formerly Known As Prince may need lessons in graphic and web design, but when it comes to showmanship we are all his bitches. The little man is in Los Angeles to play three shows (all on Saturday) and three nights on Leno (this week) to promote a trilogy of new LPs, which got started with last night’s Tonight Show premiere of MPLSoUND’s “Ol’ Skool Company.” The topical funky cut references bailouts and AIG and isn’t the most memorable selection in his miles-deep oeuvre, but watching him cruise through it still makes me want to throw my panties onstage. Enjoy that imagery, enjoy this imagery more:

“Ol’ Skool Company”

(via Idolator)

Prince’s MPLSoUND, Lotusflow3r, and Elixer are out physically this Sunday. Pick ’em up while you’re at Target this weekend.

UPDATE: Nights two and three…


“Feel Good, Feel Better, Feel Wonderful”

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Comments (12)
  1. This is my absolute favorite jam from his new releases. The funk is thick in this one!

  2. Ben  |   Posted on Mar 26th, 2009 0


    • Aaron  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 0

      At least Prince is not sucking balls to the Grammys just to get an award or recording stuff with Hanson or Justin Timbarlake.

  3. so stoked that i’m seeing him this week.i’ve had the pleasure of seeing him a few times before and I always feel like i’ve had sex with God afterwards.

  4. Burgla   |   Posted on Mar 26th, 2009 0

    Not a huge fan, but man what an entertainer and musician. Such a talented guy.

  5. yomomma  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 0

    That Telecaster must be huge.

  6. Ken  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 0


  7. meh…

  8. st paul  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 0

    Only the Purple One can pull of a “guitar face” I wouldn’t want to punch. Props on that.

  9. Mike  |   Posted on Mar 27th, 2009 0

    Bad ass!! love it, he’s an example for all the wannabes

  10. olivia  |   Posted on Mar 30th, 2009 0

    These are bad ass! surprised there aren’t more comments

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