Following his sensational show-stopping performance at this year's Brit Awards, and the widespread acclaim accorded his new album "3121", Prince returns with the release of his scorching new single "Fury" on May 29th. The single is taken from "3121" which entered the US charts at no. 1 and is being universally hailed as a genuine return to form for the Minneapolis born maestro.
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The Minnesota native's career literally exploded in 1984 with the world-changing dual phenomenon of Purple Rain making Prince one of the few triple threats in history to simultaneously land the #1 single, album, and movie. A series of genre defying albums – from 1985's Around The World In A Day, to 1987's prophetic A Sign Of The Times, to 1989's Batman soundtrack to 1991's Diamond And Pearls indelibly cemented his reputation as a fearless pursuer of the musical stratosphere.
With more than 60 million records sold, Prince launched his web-centric NPG Music Club in the early '90s, pioneering direct sales and value-added content that would become the artist-driven online entrepreneurial model artists and internet gurus would be flocking to by the end of the decade.
Prince also launched one of the most successful tours in music history in 2004, as well as winning a NAACP Image Award, and being honored by Rolling Stone magazine in a special issue which named Prince #5 on the Top Pop Artists of the Past 25 Years. Most recently, the tireless singer/songwriter was inspired to write two songs to benefit Hurricane Katrina victims, "S.S.T.", and "Brand New Orleans," both of which are available on his website.
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