Prince Sneak Attacks With Demo Version Of Da Bourgeoisie (Audio)

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Always provocative. Always elusive. Always opinionated. Always creating sexual art.

Aren’t you glad that we still have Prince, and that Prince still makes music?

The Prince of Paisley Park fuzzes out the guitars and makes a timeless-sounding track in “Da Bourgeoisie.” The song has a playful title, some slick talkin’, and a catchy guitar riff.


Prince’s demos have become a major part of his catalog with tracks like “I Could Never Take Place Of Your Man” living in the cans of tape reels for years and years before they’re released on albums. Who knows what will come of this cut, but never has a “bearded lady” made a man croon so heavily.

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