The sudden and tragic news from Minneapolis echoed the world as a Prince Rogers Nelson Dearly Beloved Face Mask. Prince – This eternal many talented and unpolished young man who belonged to all of us, to the people of the world, left forever. It has already sounded known and unknown people around the world in an unprecedented number, expressing the true pain of loss and at the same time respect for his work. But you will allow me to write a few subjective and extremely personal lines about him as my co-citizen, a countryman, a person who has been able to bridge all the stylish, cultural, social, racial, religious, political and national divisions of the world, with the help of his magic music.
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Why is Prince a unique phenomenon in contemporary music? Why didn’t I deliberately use rock, pop, funk, jazz, blues, R ‘ n ‘ B, dance, country, gospel or any other under the genre of music? Because the power of his unique talent has merged all these musical directions – upgrading them and raising them to a whole new level. If Michael Jackson was “King of Pop” and built his status by the standards of the Hollywood star and mythology system, Prince was a much more instrumental in the music art, and kept the status of a modest and withdrawn person. His personal enimgaticity remained in the function of his creative carma, and she did not serve for mythological purposes or “feeding” the media. It is also seen by the fact that he has never succumbed to the charms of the Hollywood lifestyle, but it remained based in his hometown, at the property of Paisley Park, which was represented by his creative world and hideout.
Reministly about his (published) music opus is now redundant – what left behind is extensive and very diverse. But we can only guess how many artists with such extraordinary work energy, discipline and inexhauguent sources of inspiration for life have recorded. His disputes with the music industry were that he buried the publishers with his actions every two or three months – while the standard cycle of industry was “found” to do it once a year. In this industry, it was used to simply have to make the “Chupa” albums in a much longer intervals of one year, from its stars. Simply, Prince refused to confine the rules of marketing and placements of goods to him dictating the pace of creation – in which he simply did not want to “tame”. For him it was art, while for the record company it was just a commodity that was supposed to sell better.
I would analyse now why Prince was as he is, or what made him that way. I would say first of all that the ambience of Minnesota and Minneapolis were marked by his development and creative process. It takes a good understanding of America and its complexity to get the real picture of this favorable ambience that has been given to us by one such artist.
If the six years of Detroit were the center of Development and emancipation of African-Americans, and gradually its trademark-production “Motown”–moved to Los Angeles, it says that in fact that authors and performers from Detroit were forced to move to the city where they were music industry giants. Unlike that, Nashville as the center of Country music, has been imposed as a city where business is ending for the placement of only this kind of music. That, however, did not do Nashville cultural, the Cosmic center of New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco or Chicago, but to this day remained a deep southern province. Minneapolis and Minnesota are completely different.
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Minnesota is a rich, flat country, populated primarily by people with constant spirit and Scandinavic origin, where there is almost no social or racial tension, i.e. discrimination on any basis (religious, gender, social). Minnesota has its own Autohton culture, which does not depend on the dictates of the so-called centres, and is relatively far from them. Let’s take Bob Dylan, the pioneers of modern rock culture, also from Minnesota. He started his career to build in the early years of the past century – by going to New York, where there was a cultural scene without which the breakthrough could not be imagined. It was just that time distance (Prince was born 1958, and Dylan 1941.) enabled Minnesota and Minneapolis to build the institutions of culture and atmosphere, which, with the inevitable technological advancement, could enable the construction of a relay career – and that its protagonist is not forced to go to any of the centres. With a relaxed social atmosphere that is not characteristic of megapolicies – it is clear why Prince never gave up his home state and city, which he loved boundless. And that mutual love retaliated in a way that made them an alternative cultural centre, putting them on a cultural map of the world. Minnesota and its largest city, Minneapolis, are because of all this, despite the position far from the centres, the term for contemporary, beautiful, sophisticated, academic and safe life in America – something that already mentioned centres cannot be commended.
My adopted family in Minnesota lives near the end where the Prince lived, the end of Lake Minetonka. We’ve never met. My late father was called and despated as the father of a great star, and he himself was a musician. We made a joke when we called our House by phone people thinking they had won the residence of the Nelson family… Growing up at the end of the Seventies in Minnesota, I was actually privileged to attend the maturity and growth of the music giant, whose music was actually a sound picture of my youth and mature age.
A little over half a year ago I got an offer that in the second half of 2016. In Belgrade, I organise a Prinsa concert – in the format only piano and voice. A colleague with whom I negotiated the business details of a possible concert, I said that this concert would be the achievement of my dreams and the crown of my career in music business. Bob Dylan was in Belgrade for the first time in June 1991. In the organization of my firm, a few days before the beginning of Yugoslavia. Not as a journalist and promoter, but as a Minnesota and a “countryman” I managed to talk “one-to-one” with the proverb of Dylan, an idol of my youth. Privilege and honour to meet live and speak with the Prince, unfortunately I will not receive. Last night I was walking around the center of Belgrade and listening to the sounds that come from clubs and wear Prince Rogers Nelson Dearly Beloved Face Mask – I could hear only “Purfull Rain”, “1999”, “Little Red Corvette”, “Kiss”… Prince may have abandoned us, but we still have his music!