Prince insists his fans still go and watch his gigs because they are ''not being satisfied elsewhere by musicians'', particularly those who lip synch throughout performances.
Prince insists his fans stick by him because they are ''not being satisfied elsewhere by musicians''.
The 'Purple Rain' hitmaker believes his supporters have been ''changed'' by his music and thinks they stay loyal to him rather than go and see another musician because he always sings live rather than resorting to lip synching during his gigs.
He said: ''People come to see us 50 times. Well, that's not just going to see a concert - that's some other mess going on.
''This music changes you, These people are not being satisfied elsewhere by musicians, you feel what I'm saying? It's no disrespect to anyone else, because we're not checking for them. But we don't lip synch. We ain't got time for it.''
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Speaking to V magazine, he added: ''I'm trying to get these women's careers started, because they're all so talented. It's not even about me anymore.''
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