Lianne La Havas claims it was ''like a storm had hit'' when Prince and his new band 3RDEYEGIRL played an impromptu secret gig at her house in London on Tuesday night (04.02.14) as part of his Hit and Run tour.
The 24-year-old star saw her east London home turned into a concert venue when the 'Purple Rain' singer and his new band 3RDEYEGIRL bombarded her pad for his Hit & Run tour.
She explained: ''It's been a weird few hours but a lot of fun.
''They put amplified equipment in my lounge, Prince came, conquered and left. It was like a storm had hit.''
The 55-year-old star - who is playing a series of secret guerilla gigs at small venues across London throughout the month of February - performed two acoustic tracks in Lianne's front room, including new single 'PretzelBodyLogic'.
Lianne explained: ''His plan is music and music alone. He just wants to play and promote his new band and make a name for them.''
However, Prince's turn-up at Lianne's house wasn't completely out of the blue as the pair have met before.
She told the Daily Star newspaper: ''Prince and I had hung out before in my old house, he enjoyed my music.
''I had always had music jams at my house, it's a way of having a conversation with musicians.
''So this was a way of Prince doing something he had never done - he just thought let's go back to basics.''
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