RIP – Prince Tribute Mixtape & Re-Edits by DJ CMAN

I was going to post this yesterday but i basically spent there entire day completely numb and in disbelief, that one of my heroes and icons had passed. It was only 2 months ago i saw him live in concert, and had a strange feeling as he left after the 5th encore that it would be the last time i got to see him. Few artists have had the impact he’s had on modern music (see my instagram post at the bottom). Here’s a all Prince mix i did a few years back, exploring more of his earlier funk catalogue.


Prince is back on Aussie turf, and hopefully I’ll get a chance to see him Sunday night in Sydney if i can get my hands on some tickets. Here’s an all PRINCE mix i made the morning after i caught his show a couple of years back! Enjoy! Or listen to it directly here: TRACKLIST: Clockin the Jizz instrumental (Get off) Get Off (LP Version) Seven Sexy MF (12” Remix) Sexy MF Black MF in the house Billy Jack Bitch DMSR Push Feel u up Kiss Housequake Cream I wanna be your lover Partyman Release it – (The Time)

ARTICLE: PRINCE VS THE TIME (the saga continues)

Prince vs. The Time – The Battle Rages On Back in 1982 when The Time came into fruition, I was only 14.  Everything I heard about the beef between Prince and The Time was all hearsay until recently when members of The Time discussed some of the antics in detail on a DVD documentary that’s included with their new album Condensate. There has been much talk about how Prince was gravely concerned about his own creation and that he had actually put together a supergroup that could even surpass his fame and that he did all in his power to


More fun this Friday 30th March at the Clock Hotel in Slurry Hills, I’ll be providing the tuneage from 9:30pm til close. I’ll be throwing down artists like Aretha Franklin, De La Soul, Al Green, Jamie Lidell, Monophonics, Tuxedo, Kool & The Gang, Nas, Leroy Burgess, Bonobo, Prince and stax more. Keep your mid week funky – check out my off the cuff Prince mix made a couple of years back the morning after his show. It features his funkiest ‘shake what ya mama gave ya’ tracks and special remixes from the 80’s/90s plus a few of the mellowed out classics