POLICE SEARCH PRINCE’S ESTATE…The Huge Stash They Found Will Make Your Day!

Prince wrote numerous songs for many different artists. It turns out he was a pretty amazing musician AND songwriter. Who knew he wrote, “I Feel For You” by Chaka Khan or “Nothing Compares To You” by Sinead O’Connor? Prince worked with Madonna on much of her 1989 album “Like a Prayer”. He’s uncredited as a guitarist on several songs, and they shared the writing of “Love Song.”
“I Feel For You” by Chaka Khan:

Here’s a link to a list of over a dozen famous songs he wrote for others: SONGS PRINCE WROTE FOR OTHER ARTISTS. THE LIST IS A WHO’S WHO OF FAMOUS ARTISTS!

If you are a fan of this musical genius then you’ll be very happy with what the police found when they searched Prince’s estate: 

Police combed Prince’s Minnesota mansion amid rumors of an overdose but the stash they likely found was even more mind-blowing.

The pop icon talked for years about recording unreleased music and stashing it in a vault. It has been confirmed that it was true, the Daily Express reported.

His sound engineer Susan Rogers told the Daily Express that vault contains some of the artist’s greatest works, including a track written in 1982 titled “Moonbeam Levels” she described as “unbelievably beautiful.”

The vault contains so much music, around 2,000 tracks, that an album of Prince’s work could be released every year for a century, according to the Express.

The music is held under tight security, with a huge door and combination lock, like a maximum security bank vault.

Rogers told the Express that the vault became “sort of an obsession.”

“I wanted everything he’s ever recorded right here,” she said.

“I started amassing them and I started making a database for all these things and then that’s when we began Paisley Park and we realised if we’re going to have a vault, let’s have a vault,” she added.

Saxophonist Eric Leeds confirmed the rumors as well.

“We worked on a whole bunch of instrumentals and Prince threw it all to me and said, ‘make me an album’

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