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Sunday, 23 April 2017

Never-seen-before PICTURES of Prince

Just one year ago today, the world lost one of the biggest icons ever to grace a stage.

Jennifer Umolac of Minneapolis burns a stick of palo santo next to a photograph of Prince after she placed it on the fence next that surrounds Paisley Park
Purple Rain megastar, Prince, died suddenly on April 21, 2016, from an accidental drug overdose at the age of 57.
Now, never-before-seen photos have been released to mark the one-year anniversary of his tragic death. The intimate pictures give a rare insight into his everyday life at his private Paisley Park estate. 
Prince's stunning snaps are featured in a new book written by his art director, Steve Parke, titled, Picturing Prince: An Intimate Portrait. The book spans four decades of the legendary music icon's career.
The intimate photos of Prince were taken at his private estate Paisley Park. Prince's stunning snaps are featured in a new book written by his art director and friend Steve Parke
Never-before-seen photos of pop megastar Prince give a rare insight into his everyday life before his tragic death one year ago today
Parke, a Baltimore-based photographer began working with Prince in 1988 and served as the singer's art director until 2001. Prince is pictured sitting barefoot in the grass
Others show the legendary music icon mediating at his Paisley Park estate. Prince is seen gazing down at the ground as the sun shines down on his face
It was a year ago Friday that the music superstar was found dead at Paisley Park, the suburban Minneapolis recording complex where he lived
The Minnesota History Center is staging a special exhibit of Prince memorabilia, including his iconic 'Purple Rain' suit
In honor of the late pop star, several landmarks in Minneapolis will be lit up in Prince purple, including US Bank Stadium, Target Field, the IDS Center, and the Interstate 35W and Lowry Avenue bridges over the Mississippi River. Prince posing in all black at his Paisley Park estate
Prince remained a chart topper last year even after his death. Nielsen Music, the tracking service behind the benchmark Billboard chart, said he sold more than any other artist in 2016 when all albums were counted. He sold 2.23 million albums last year in the United States
'Prince and his phenomenal talents led an era of music and showcased Minnesota to the world,' Governor Mark Dayton said in a declaration making April 21 'Prince Day'


Continue to rest in peace legend, you are missed!!!

1 comment:

  1. The late Prince was not a singer but an artist, a musician, a legend and fashion lover.
    He is missed by all.
    Rest in peace.

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