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1, 2007 file photo, Prince plays his guitar during a press conference at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami Beach, Fla.Prince's publicist has confirmed that Prince died at his home in Minnesota, Thursday, April 21, 2016. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee, File) "The news of Prince's sudden and unexpected passing is very difficult to process. We shared tremendous times together during and after the making of 'Purple Rain.' I know his fans are devastated.He was clearly one of the all-time greats, always mesmerizing, magical and cutting edge. To know Prince personally was to know someone kind and gentle, phenomenally brilliant and intellectually curious, with every bone in his body loving music.The world of music has tragically lost one of its greatest defining members." — Clive Davis, chief creative officer at Sony Music."I'm completely shocked and devastated by the sudden loss of our brother, artist and friend, Prince.It was amazing (at a concert) to watch him go from soft-spoken, with almost a serenity about him, to this guy who did a guitar break in the first song." — Ken Ehrlich, longtime producer of the Grammy Awards."In a world of creative performers, Prince was a genius.His impact not just on music, but on culture, truly can't be measured.Thank you to all the fans and supporters for your endless love, and for making such big dreams come true." — Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman, former members of Prince and the Revolution."Lots of big stars have made waves nationally and internationally, but Prince by far was the most groundbreaking more than anyone ...from his music, to his concerts — to even the way he entered a room — always surrounded with that magical air of superstardom, mystique and genius." — Tommy Mottola, former CEO and chairman of Sony Music."Prince got his start in a Minneapolis jazz band and went on to share his talent throughout Minnesota and the entire world.
I know his music meant so very much to so many people.He was a good man, complicated and diligent, and like men of his caliber, he always demanded from himself and others the very best." — "Purple Rain" filmmaker Albert Magnoli."Today, the world lost a creative icon.