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Prince - 'Dance 4 Me'

Five minutes of unmistakable Prince

Packaged in an achingly retro cover, a neon rendering of that bizarre place known as The Future as imagined from the early ’90s, it’s like The Artist Formerly Known As Squiggle is daring us to compare this to the music of his heyday. It’s the sort of confidence that pays off. The man hails his “funky congregation” and we can concentrate on shape-tossing to five minutes of unmistakable Prince.

Tim Chester

Prince "Dance 4 Me" by Purple Music

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