Prince The Slave?

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As many of us are kinda hurt by the death of Prince. It ranges in hurt to many folks For many reasons! An awesome musician, composer, arranger, writer, vocalist, musician.  We honor his work at being number one and  being at the top of his game !

He stood on behalf of many when it came to Chemtrails, urban gardening, producing your own food. Prince was said to be healthy in eating and healthy in lifestyle. (In general.. seeing as though he did died from a drug overdose?)

Prince was always very eccentric. but as a business owner what most impressed me about Prince was his ability and independence from being enslaved by corporate America.

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At some point his way of protesting his label. Refusal to let him release recordings on his own terms. Beefs between Prince rulership and  Warner Bros.    Warner Bros. balked at the volume of music Prince was churning out, so in the fight Prince became so bitter he decided to release music independently under a different name which was just a SYMBOL until his contract with the label was expired.

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Prince didn’t exactly dig the broadban era either. Forcing copyright aggressively and expecting his label partners to do the same.
It all began with Napster and went as far as a legal fight with universal over a YouTube video who was dancing in the kitchen to Prince song.

So pretty much what I’m saying is I appreciate Prince for knowing his true worth! not allowing corporate America to enslave his gift and monopolize his artistry.

** FILE ** Prince, with the word "Slave" written across his face is shown performing in New York's Rockefeller Plaza in this July 9, 1996 file photo. Recently a number of superstar acts are rejecting traditional multiyear album contracts with major record labels in favor of deals that offer bigger dollars and more creative freedom. (AP Photo/Richard Drew/FILE)
Prince, with the word “Slave” written across his face is shown performing in New York’s Rockefeller Plaza in this July 9, 1996 file photo. Recently a number of superstar acts are rejecting traditional multiyear album contracts with major record labels in favor of deals that offer bigger dollars and more creative freedom. (AP Photo/Richard Drew/FILE)

So Sistah’s know you’re worth! Build your own Empire  ! Be in control of what you create! Stop building the vision of others and continue to build the vision of your own. Come out of slavery into the independence of freedom. Control your own creativity! Build your abundant income! Be a Boss

 

..We all have a bomb we might die here today! I’m not gonna cry, Im going to dance my life away! ~Prince

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