Legendary Prince ‘Never Went To Hollywood,’ Friend Says
The music industry has been grieving now due to the death of one of the world’s iconic performers. Prince’s sudden death has caused fans all over the world to mourn and his popularized songs has been the only remembrance they have of him.Advertisement
The world was shocked to hear the news that legendary singer Prince, died. He was only 57 years old. Carver County Sheriff Jim Olson’s deputies had responded to a call and later found an unresponsive Prince in an elevator at Paisley Park Studios. He was pronounced dead at 10:07. A post- mortem investigation took place today.
“It is with profound sadness that I am confirming that the legendary, iconic performer, Prince Rogers Nelson, has died.” a spokeswoman said according to BBC.
With so many people who has been expressing their thoughts on who Prince was as a professional performer and what he had given the music industry, not many has described who he was behind his legendary performances and behind the fame. A former SNL star now exposed who the real Prince was behind all his fame that no one else had known.
Joe Piscopo recalled Prince as polite and quiet on set, a total contrast to his personality onstage, reported Radar Online. “Prince would never walk, he would just glide,” he described Prince. He also recalled that even if the legendary singer was famous internationally, he does not changed on his persona.
“He’s not like when he struts the stage,” Piscopo added. “You’d think he’d carry that off- stage, but there was none of that. He was very shy. His demeanor was very cool, very calm, and very respectful.” What he loved about the one and only Prince was that he stayed in Minnesota. “That’s the most telling thing about this artist. He stayed home. He never went to Hollywood.”
Fans all over the world has expressed their grief over Prince’s death. Even U.S President Obama said that the world lost a “creative icon”. While Madonna, whom he had dated, described him as a “visionary who changed the world.”
Slush guitarist said he was “one of the greatest talents of my lifetime. Maybe of the 20th century.” Mick Jagger called him a “revolutionary artist, a great musician, a wonderful lyricist” whose talent was limitless. Aretha Franklin, another music icon said “He was definitely an original and a one of a kind. Truly there was only one Prince.”