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Hey Guys—

As I’m sure you have heard by now, Prince has died.  While I wasn’t

a hardcore fan of his music, I found it enjoyable, worth listening
to whenever it was on.

That being said, I have always had immense respect for Prince because

he was far more than just a pop star.  He was an amazing Blues
guitarist, songwriter for others, conceptualist of music videos, a
very smart businessman, intensely private person and proud individual.

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He went way above and beyond for his fans, and launched other musicians

into their careers.  His work ethic was extraordinary, yet despite
his public persona, he was very adept at keeping his personal life

One of the funnier bits I saw about Prince was the Dave Chappelle

feature, “True Hollywood Stories Featuring Charlie Murphy.”  
Charlie Murphy is Eddie Murphy’s brother, and was present at some
of the crazier times in the 80’s.  His most famous “True Hollywood
Story” is the one about Rick James (“cocaine is a hell of a drug”)
but he also had one about Prince that was pretty funny as well.

Apparently Prince invited Charlie and a few friend back to his place

to play basketball (he had a full court in his house), whipped their
butts good, then cooked pancakes for them personally.  Crazy, but
it shows you that Prince was his own man through and through, one
of the highest compliments you can give any man.

You can see a badly recorded version of the skit here, but despite

the low quality, it’s still hilarious:

Prince strongly resisted the influence of record companies, one of

the reasons he changed his name to the “love symbol.”  He was also
involved in distribution of music through the internet, retaining
creative control and interacting directly with the fans.  His value
of personal independence probably played a huge role in his
sustained and lasting success and relevance.

Many, many other musicians showed up around the time Prince did in

the early 80’s, recorded an album or two and disappeared into
semi-oblivion.  Prince did not, and was one of those rare
entertainers who continued to stay relevant because he learned
everything about the music business, realizing it was much, much
more than merely performing songs.

Like Ronnie James Dio, he was a physically slight man, only 5’2”

tall.  But like Dio he fully understood the saying, “it’s not how
big your pencil is, but how large you sign your name.”  As strange
as it sounds, Prince was a real man in a world full of whiners,
entitlement seekers, and professional victims, an example of how
one can—and should—live their life on their own terms.  Whenever
you heard (and will continue to hear) the name “Prince,” the
second word that followed was “respect,” often preceded by
“enormous.” He left a personal and professional legacy worth
emulating, if not in reality, then philosophically.

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