sábado, 23 de abril de 2016

Barack Obama and Mick Jagger pay tribute to Prince

"The world lost a creative icon," said the us President, Barack Obama, in a statement. Having added that "few artists influenced sound and the trajectory of popular music so distinctive, or touched many people with his talent".

The lead singer of the Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, paid tribute to Prince classifying it as a "revolutionary" artist whose talent was "infinite".

The first manager of Prince, Owen Husney, presents the musician as well: "He had a talent of type of Beethoven, which won't go away. This is not something to say "oh, we're so sad". He died, but it was really good having him here. You will now be part of an eternal future. "

The creative gen ius of Prince was so great that even put problems to record labels.

"I think at some point he began to have some difficulty with publishers, because he couldn't stop your creativity. He was always present new songs. He just wouldn't stop. He was always coming up with new stuff, and they didn't want to release all the records he produced by think this would disperse the crowd, "added Owen Husney

The body of Prince Rogers Nelson, 57, was found Thursday inside a lift of his Paisley Park recording studio, his property in Chanhassen, Minnesota.

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