Prince was Music and Music will forever mourn the loss of its soul.
There is no shortage of evidence to show Prince’s love of his Blackness and his willingness to engage in political and social activism in defense of our human rights.
See I could have been Tupac’s girlfriend.” Well well Stephanie!!!
I knew Michael because he used to come to the show all the time and hang out backstage with me. But back then, I was aggressive.” Stephanie did indeed get cozy with the Gloved One, so much so that she performed more than one wifely duty. “And I even cooked for him – even though I couldn’t cook.
(Photo Credit: Getty Images) “He loved to laugh, and he loved Famous Amos chocolate chip cookies.
We used to ride up Ventura Boulevard [in LA] and he’d want me to go and get them! It’s still hard for me to wrap my head around Natalie’s passing — she was always so kind to me.
Kids today can’t imagine what a big event that was for all of us because they’ve grown up with I had seen the Broadway show too, which was certainly no letdown. I later became very friendly with the star of the show, Stephanie Mills, the Broadway Dorothy. Monique: (laughing) So you was washing his clothes? Actually, she admits to having a bit of a romance with the legendary entertainer, and recalled, “I was in love with Michael!
I remember that when I was a kid The Wizard of Oz was shown on television once a year and always on a Sunday night. “Some of it’s personal experiences that I had, and it’s just an album full of relationships and love and different scenarios of how I like men and all that, but if they want to find out more about me, they can go to my Web site, had such a wonderful friendship in the late ’70s, early ’80s, and I just wanted to sing something from the Beatles catalog because I love the Beatles, and I know that he loved the Beatles’ catalog, and ‘Yesterday’ was one of my favorite songs,” Mills explained.
In 1973, Mills was signed to Paramount records by Michael Barbiero, and her first single "I Knew It Was Love" was released. Her first two albums there failed to produce a hit, and she left the label in 1976.
The resulting album, What Cha' Gonna Do with My Lovin', was Mills's first gold record and the first major hit for the James Mtume-Reggie Lucas production team.
She quickly followed the success with 1980's Sweet Sensation, which featured Mills's hit "Never Knew Love Like This Before".
With almost half a century in the entertainment business, veteran Stephanie Mills is still doing what she loves; music.
Fresh off her headlining performance during New York City’s Blue Note Music Festival in June, the 55-year-old spoke “On Air With Egypt” recently via Atlanta’s V103 about who she likes and dated in the music business.