Prince was a songwriting machine in the 80s, and he didn't even save some of the best songs he wrote for himself.

"Originals" an album full of Prince's demos of songs he wrote for other people. Some of them were songs he wrote for people in his circle, some were written for others he hoped would have a hit, and others he wrote and performed and others covered.

"Originals" an album full of Prince's demos of songs he wrote for other people. Some of them were songs he wrote for people in his circle, some were written for others he hoped would have a hit, and others he wrote and performed and others covered.

Like "Manic Monday" written for the Bangles. He used the name Christopher (which was the name he used in the movie UNDER THE CHERRY MOON). He liked Susannah Hoffs and wanted the Bangles to have a hit.

"Glamorous Life" was a Sheila E. song, someone in his circle. He really took care of people he cared for is what I got from all the interviews that came out after his death.

The album will contain 15 songs and have his version of songs like, “Nothing Compares 2 U,” that was covered by Sinéad O’Connor; “The Glamorous Life,” Sheila E.’s signature song, and Kenny Rogers’ “You’re My Love,” which Prince wrote under the name Joey Coco in 1986.

The album will be available on Jay-Z’s Tidal streaming platform exclusively for two weeks starting June 7, which would have been his 61st birthday, they will become available on June 21 on other online stores including Spotify and Apple Music.