An astoundingly prolific-and chameleonic-songwriter, he released dozens and dozens of albums throughout his nearly 40-year career. He also invented the "Minneapolis sound," an electric and eclectic funk/R&B/synthrock hybrid that became massively influenced in the '80s and beyond. In short, Prince ripped up music's rule book and instead decided to create his own blueprint for success. More on rockhall.com...
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