Featured Fresh News Music News

New Prince album ‘Originals’ being released in honor of his birthday (Tracklisting)

Prince would have turned 61 on June 7 and in honor of that day his estate is releasing a new album.

“Originals” will feature Prince’s versions of tunes the legendary artist wrote and gave to others to turn into hits.
The singer died of an accidental overdose of the opioid fentanyl in April 2016.
Out of the 15 tracks on the new album, 14 are previously unreleased, his estate announced Thursday.

The music includes “The Glamorous Life” which was a hit for his former love, Sheila E., “Sex Shooter” which was performed by the girl group he formed, Apollonia 6, and “Nothing Compares 2 U” which was a single put out in 1985 by another Prince group, The Family, and later by Sinead O’Connor.
Here’s the full track list with the song title, original artist, album and year of release:
1. “Sex Shooter” — Apollonia 6, “Apollonia 6” (1984)
2. “Jungle Love” — The Time, “Ice Cream Castle” (1984)
3. “Manic Monday” — The Bangles, “Different Light” (1985)
4. “Noon Rendezvous” — Sheila E., “The Glamorous Life” (1984)
5. “Make-Up” — Vanity 6, “Vanity 6” (1982)
6. “100 MPH” — Mazarati, “Mazarati” (1986)
7. “You’re My Love” — Kenny Rogers, “They Don’t Make Them Like They Used To” (1986)
8. “Holly Rock” — Sheila E., “Krush Groove” (OST) (1985)
9. “Baby, You’re a Trip” — Jill Jones, “Jill Jones” (1987)
10. “The Glamorous Life” — Sheila E., “The Glamorous Life” (1984)
11. “Gigolos Get Lonely Too” — The Time, “What Time Is It?” (1982)
12. “Love… Thy Will Be Done” — Martika, “Martika’s Kitchen” (1991)
13. “Dear Michaelangelo” — Sheila E., “Romance” 1600 (1985)
14. “Wouldn’t You Love to Love Me?” — Taja Sevelle, “Taja Sevelle” (1987)
15. “Nothing Compares 2 U” — The Family, “The Family” (1985)

Related posts

German Minister Wants African Nations To Agree With Voluntary Colonization


Urban X Podcast 050: Exit Stage Left, New Zealand attack, Trump v McCain, Daniel Caesar


DJ Khaled – Higher ft. Nipsey Hussle, John Legend