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08 May 2021

Watch Prince Footage From His Final European Tour

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New Prince footage from his final European tour has been uploaded to his official YouTube channel. The spectacular clip features the entire 21-minute CRAZY2COOL medley – a mash-up of Prince hits Let’s Go Crazy, Take Me With U, Raspberry Beret and U Got The Look plus The Time’s Cool and Michael Jackson’s Don’t Stop Till You Get Enough – recorded 1 June 2014 at Le Zénith, Paris, France.

The video has been released to celebrate the new partnership between The Prince Estate and French football club, Paris Saint-Germain. Prince’s love for the French capital city is well known – he kept an apartment in Paris for many years and performed there on countless occasions, including and a historic 16 June 1990 performance at the Parc des Princes, the home of Paris Saint-Germain. To celebrate his love for the city, an exclusive, limited-edition 7” vinyl single and two limited-edition apparel capsules are being released. The limited-edition vinyl is available now from PSG’s Paris Megastore and online at PSG.FR and PRINCE.COM; the apparel collections will be available exclusively from the PSG Megastore, the PSG Champs-Élysées store and PSG.FR from 24 May.

The 7” vinyl, released in collaboration with Warner Records, features the hits Partyman, originally released on Prince’s 1989 soundtrack to the film, Batman, and a previously unreleased live version of The Time’s Cool, taken that CRAZY2COOL medley at the 1 June 2014 Le Zénith.

In addition, Paris Saint-Germain has collaborated with GRAMMY-nominated creative director and Prince associate Trevor Guy and Prince’s personal late-career clothing designers, Cathy Robinson and Lori Marcuz of Toronto-based studio, Call & Response, to develop a bespoke premium fashion capsule that honours Prince’s status as an style icon. The exclusive collection includes an official 2020-21 PSG fourth kit shirt printed with Prince’s u symbol alongside gold and metallic hand-sewn leather features.

PSG are also launching a “Prince of the Parc” streetwear essentials collection, which consists of Prince-inspired t-shirts, crewnecks, hoodies and hats.

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