Yes, we’ve heard of many prominent kings of our past, King Solomon, King Tut, etc….but yesterday we lost a Prince…or should we say, THE PRINCE.
He was also a prominent man in his own right that defied all odds and broke all the rules of the game to stay true to himself. He was a man that walked and danced to the beat of his own MUSIC!
Here is a mini Tribute from us here at Lady Ayri Natural Hair Care to commemorate him using 10 of his biggest Billboard hot 100 hits.
Here is to a man, the Prince who moved “Mountains, (1986)” to get to the heights that he sustained for over 4 decades.
Here is to a man, the Prince who honed a unique sense of style from his endogenous way of dress to his wild and beautiful flowing tresses that we all embraced and had us all saying ” U Got the Look, (1987).”
Here is to a man, the Prince who had a knack for seeing all types of women as being “The Most Beautiful Girl in the World, (1994)” which made us all adore him even more.
Here is to a man, the Prince who was the “Hot Thing, (1988)” throughout his whole musical career.
Here is to a man, the Prince who made us all “Gett Off, (1991)” the wall and head to the dance floor as we boogied on down to each amazing hit that he produced.
Here is to a man, the Prince who moved us in the direction of the “Pop Life, (1985) through his artistry time and time again.
Here is to a man, the Prince that left us “Delirious, 1983” each and every time he performed live.
Here is to a man, the Prince who pioneered us to “Let it Go, (1994) way before we became “Frozen.”
Here is to a man, the Prince who took the word “Kiss, (1986) to a whole new level.
For most, the association of rain was not always a good one. Rain could be represented by dreariness, dullness and sadness(tears)…but here is to a man, the Prince that poured out his “Purple Rain (1982)” as a symbol of him pouring out his royal showering love upon his fans he loved so much.
Cheers to many years of greatness that will never be matched.
Here is to you Prince Rogers Nelson.