The ‘Drop It Like It’s Hot’ explained to People: ‘Musically, visually, sexually – Prince was the greatest to ever do it. Point blank. He showed us how to seduce a woman; make music that felt good to women and appealed to men as well. He stayed in tune with his feminine side while remaining masculine.’
Prince passed away at his Paisley Estate in Minnesota on April 21, aged 57. However, investigations into his cause of death are still underway.
Snoop continued: ‘He’s the first one who told us and showed us what a ménage-à-trois was. We didn’t know! We would see him with two women and, man, the things he did. Sometimes he wouldn’t even make love to a woman. He would make love to their mind, without even touching their body. I take a little bit of him wherever I go.’
With the ability to transcend genres, Prince – who will get a special tribute at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival later this month – not only produced 39 albums he was also a star of the big screen as well. He won the Oscar for Best Original Song Score in 1984 for rock musical drama Purple Rain – named after the album and single of the same name.
Source:: The NET