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[[File:Artofficialage album.jpg|60px|border|left|link=This Could Be Us]]  On [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/January 22|22 January, 2015]] Warner Bros. Records released a static video for [[This Could Be Us]], using a 3:51 edit of the full track.
 
[[File:Artofficialage album.jpg|60px|border|left|link=This Could Be Us]]  On [[Prince_Vault:Selected_anniversaries/January 22|22 January, 2015]] Warner Bros. Records released a static video for [[This Could Be Us]], using a 3:51 edit of the full track.
 
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Revision as of 15:45, 12 January 2016

Latest Releases Archive


2016


Mono Neon: Ruff Enuff download

Ruffenuff single.jpg
On 11 January, 2016, the track Ruff Enuff by Mono Neon, featuring Prince as producer and musician, was released as Tidal's Purple Pick of the Week and as a stand-alone download. A few hours later, it was replaced with a vocal version of the track, with vocoder vocals by Adrian Crutchfield.

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