The Little Prince.” Discovering a video of the singer after 52 years.

Prince died in 2016 at the age of 57 after an accidental overdose of fentanyl at his residence in Paisley Park near Minneapolis (archive).

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Half-century-old archive footage showing 11-year-old singer Prince has resurfaced in the United States. The genius of American music is emerging in the future supporting the wonderful teachers in his hometown of Minneapolis.

The scene takes place in the year 1970, in front of a public school sit-in in this northern US city. A journalist from a local TV channel asks students what they think of the strike. One of them is none other than the one who would become a planetary legend, Prince Rogers Nelson.

Asked by the journalist if most of the kids are in favor of the strike, Prince first answers “yes,” before he develops. “I think they [les enseignants, ndlr] You should receive more money, because it works. They work overtime for us and all of that,” he smiles.

To make sure he was indeed a pop legend, the local channel, CBS Antenna, compared the boy to pictures of the young prince, consulting a friend at the time and even a music historian. Verdict is already a “Minneapolis boy,” one of the greatest musicians of the ’80s and ’90s, with songs like ‘Karim’ or ‘Kiss’.

Prince died in 2016 at the age of 57 after an accidental overdose of fentanyl at his residence in Paisley Park, near Minneapolis.

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