The band released four albums between 19, with Prince writing and performing most of the instrumentation and backing vocals (sometimes credited under the pseudonyms "Jamie Starr" or "The Starr Company"), with lead vocals by Morris Day.
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The album was mixed in Los Angeles and released on April 7, 1978. 4 on the Billboard Top R&B/Black Albums charts and No. It contained two R&B hits: "Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad? Prince performed both these songs on January 26, 1980, on American Bandstand. In 1980, Prince released the album Dirty Mind, which contained sexually explicit material, including the title song, "Head", and the song "Sister", and was described by Stephen Thomas Erlewine as a "stunning, audacious amalgam of funk, new wave, R&B, and pop, fueled by grinningly salacious sex and the desire to shock." Recorded in Prince's own studio, this album was certified gold, and the single "Uptown" reached No. In February 1981, Prince made his first appearance on Saturday Night Live, performing "Partyup".
According to the For You album notes, Prince wrote, produced, arranged, composed, and played all 27 instruments on the recording, except for the song "Soft and Wet", whose lyrics were co-written by Moon. " and "I Wanna Be Your Lover" sold over a million copies, and reached No. In October 1981, Prince released the album, Controversy.
Prince has said he was "born epileptic" and had seizures when he was young.
He stated, "My mother told me one day I walked in to her and said, 'Mom, I'm not going to be sick anymore,' and she said, 'Why?