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Phase3

Salma Hayek pays tribute to Prince

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Reply #1 posted 11/15/20 2:13am

funkbabyandthe
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What a woman
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Reply #2 posted 11/15/20 7:01am

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I just LOOOOVE me some Salma! razz

RIP Prince: thank U 4 a funky Time!
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Reply #3 posted 11/15/20 7:10am

SexyMuthaF

Always liked her, now even more.
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Reply #4 posted 11/15/20 8:27am

funkbabyandthe
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He obv reached out to her in the hope of getting her into his bed obv.
Most guys would ask a woman out for a drink
Prince would ask a woman to be in his video.
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Reply #5 posted 11/15/20 8:43am

Margot

He asked Salma to direct the video, "Te Amo Corazon". He respected her talent as well as her beauty.

Personally, I have thought the lyrics to "The Dance" released in 2004 on Chocolate Invasion and again in 2006, 3121 (more aggressive lyrics), were about her.

(Of course, I don't know)

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Reply #6 posted 11/15/20 9:02am

Phase3

Let's not forget about the song "Valentina" which was supposedly about her and her daughter
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Reply #7 posted 11/15/20 9:27am

Margot

Phase3 said:

Let's not forget about the song "Valentina" which was supposedly about her and her daughter

Yes, she was born in 2007.

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Reply #8 posted 11/15/20 10:13am

PurpleCreme

This was nice to see! Love her.

Prince: 1958-infinity. Thank U for everything.
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Reply #9 posted 11/15/20 11:08am

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Salma Hayek(whom SLAYED her role in the ULTRA private screening I attended last year in "Like A Boss"). I was SO in awe. This tribute along with her picture is DROPDEADGORGEOUS!

'A strong spirit transcends rules' prince once said & nobody's spirit was stronger, bolder, or more creative." Pres. Obama
This nomination is not 4 me; it’s 4 prince & 4 the fans, truly did whatever he needed 2 do 2 make his fans happy,gave his life Mz E
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Reply #10 posted 11/15/20 11:58am

Phase3

Margot said:



Phase3 said:


Let's not forget about the song "Valentina" which was supposedly about her and her daughter


Yes, she was born in 2007.



Yeah that's kinda weird but it is a catchy song.especially that guitar solo
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Reply #11 posted 11/17/20 12:04pm

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RIP Prince: thank U 4 a funky Time!
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Reply #12 posted 11/17/20 1:10pm

Phase3

Maybe it should've been "Hey Selma Hayek,you should give me a call"
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Reply #13 posted 11/17/20 3:59pm

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Funny that she included Valentina on the playlist. I wasn't sure if she liked that song. https://www.instagram.com...ih87vAsrG/

"Love & honesty, peace & harmony"
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Reply #14 posted 11/17/20 10:41pm

funkbabyandthe
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I guess they had sex.
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Reply #15 posted 11/18/20 6:32am

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Margot said:

He asked Salma to direct the video, "Te Amo Corazon". He respected her talent as well as her beauty.

Personally, I have thought the lyrics to "The Dance" released in 2004 on Chocolate Invasion and again in 2006, 3121 (more aggressive lyrics), were about her.

(Of course, I don't know)


The Dance is about Manuela.

We don’t mourn artists because we knew them. We mourn them because they helped us know ourselves.
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Reply #16 posted 11/18/20 8:57am

Margot

Genesia said:

Margot said:

He asked Salma to direct the video, "Te Amo Corazon". He respected her talent as well as her beauty.

Personally, I have thought the lyrics to "The Dance" released in 2004 on Chocolate Invasion and again in 2006, 3121 (more aggressive lyrics), were about her.

(Of course, I don't know)


The Dance is about Manuela.

I doubt it. The song is about unrequited love. Manuela easily 'committed' to him in 1998 and did not seem to elicit the type of longing present in this song.

This is about someone he could not get out of his mind, he makes it sound as though she is unattainable which is why I think it is about a higher status woman.

He was finished with Manuela in 2004 when the song was first released, likely before. There was 'trouble in paradise' in 2003.

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Reply #17 posted 11/18/20 9:38am

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Margot said:

Genesia said:


The Dance is about Manuela.

I doubt it. The song is about unrequited love. Manuela easily 'committed' to him in 1998 and did not seem to elicit the type of longing present in this song.

This is about someone he could not get out of his mind, he makes it sound as though she is unattainable which is why I think it is about a higher status woman.

He was finished with Manuela in 2004 when the song was first released, likely before. There was 'trouble in paradise' in 2003.

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Wrong. The song was released for the first time in 2004 - but was likely written and recorded before that. The fact that he re-recorded it and included it on 3121 - which essentially chronicles his break-up from Manuela - tells the entire tale. Listen to Love, Fury, and The Dance together. It's obvious.

We don’t mourn artists because we knew them. We mourn them because they helped us know ourselves.
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Reply #18 posted 11/18/20 9:48am

Margot

Genesia said:

Margot said:

I doubt it. The song is about unrequited love. Manuela easily 'committed' to him in 1998 and did not seem to elicit the type of longing present in this song.

This is about someone he could not get out of his mind, he makes it sound as though she is unattainable which is why I think it is about a higher status woman.

He was finished with Manuela in 2004 when the song was first released, likely before. There was 'trouble in paradise' in 2003.

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Wrong. The song was released for the first time in 2004 - but was likely written and recorded before that. The fact that he re-recorded it and included it on 3121 - which essentially chronicles his break-up from Manuela - tells the entire tale. Listen to Love, Fury, and The Dance together. It's obvious.

I will agree to disagree.

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Reply #19 posted 11/18/20 9:58am

looby

funkbabyandthebabysitters said:

I guess they had sex.

Who knows? lol But that seems typical Prince, if he was attracted to a woman (and God knows he was, to many lol )he'd find some way to get her into his orbit.

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Reply #20 posted 11/18/20 10:48am

JorisE73

Genesia said:



Margot said:




Genesia said:




The Dance is about Manuela.





I doubt it. The song is about unrequited love. Manuela easily 'committed' to him in 1998 and did not seem to elicit the type of longing present in this song.


This is about someone he could not get out of his mind, he makes it sound as though she is unattainable which is why I think it is about a higher status woman.



He was finished with Manuela in 2004 when the song was first released, likely before. There was 'trouble in paradise' in 2003.


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Wrong. The song was released for the first time in 2004 - but was likely written and recorded before that. The fact that he re-recorded it and included it on 3121 - which essentially chronicles his break-up from Manuela - tells the entire tale. Listen to Love, Fury, and The Dance together. It's obvious.



? I thought the oldest version we had was from the early 90s.
Cant remember on which bootleg it was but I think it was long before Manuela was around.
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Reply #21 posted 11/18/20 11:47am

Genesia

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JorisE73 said:

Genesia said:


Wrong. The song was released for the first time in 2004 - but was likely written and recorded before that. The fact that he re-recorded it and included it on 3121 - which essentially chronicles his break-up from Manuela - tells the entire tale. Listen to Love, Fury, and The Dance together. It's obvious.

? I thought the oldest version we had was from the early 90s. Cant remember on which bootleg it was but I think it was long before Manuela was around.


According to Princevault, Version 1 may have been recorded anytime between 1999 and 2004. Prince and Mani met in (I think) 1997. Isn't she in the Come On video?

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Reply #22 posted 11/18/20 12:09pm

funkbabyandthe
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what a weird tactic, to ask a daughter, to tell her mother to call you.

need to try it some time.

lol.

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Reply #23 posted 11/18/20 1:28pm

dodger

funkbabyandthebabysitters said:

what a weird tactic, to ask a daughter, to tell her mother to call you.



need to try it some time.



lol.



I like the music but no question the lyrics are bizarre. Unless it was some kind of inside joke between him and Salma
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Reply #24 posted 11/18/20 2:48pm

funkbabyandthe
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he sounds pretty genuine on the song lol

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Reply #25 posted 11/18/20 3:02pm

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cool

"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything." --Plato
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Reply #26 posted 11/18/20 3:43pm

bsprout

funkbabyandthebabysitters said:

what a weird tactic, to ask a daughter, to tell her mother to call you.



need to try it some time.



lol.



And that she’s exhausted from her late-night feedings and running after her down the hall...only Prince...lolololol
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Reply #27 posted 11/18/20 10:31pm

funkbabyandthe
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He said FEEDINGS

I forgot that part

FEEDINGS

neutral lol neutral lol
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Reply #28 posted 11/19/20 12:43am

JorisE73

Genesia said:

JorisE73 said:

Genesia said: ? I thought the oldest version we had was from the early 90s. Cant remember on which bootleg it was but I think it was long before Manuela was around.


According to Princevault, Version 1 may have been recorded anytime between 1999 and 2004. Prince and Mani met in (I think) 1997. Isn't she in the Come On video?


She could have been around longer because I think she was Mayte's assistant at one point or something. I'm not sure when I got the older version of The Dance but I think it was before 1999, I could be wrong tho.

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Reply #29 posted 11/19/20 1:01am

dodger

JorisE73 said:

Genesia said:


Wrong. The song was released for the first time in 2004 - but was likely written and recorded before that. The fact that he re-recorded it and included it on 3121 - which essentially chronicles his break-up from Manuela - tells the entire tale. Listen to Love, Fury, and The Dance together. It's obvious.

? I thought the oldest version we had was from the early 90s. Cant remember on which bootleg it was but I think it was long before Manuela was around.

The re-recording for 3121 had additional lyrics/ad libs incl a line 'all that pretty hair.' I recall that caused speculation it was about Manuela

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