The Jehovah's Witness Known as Prince has vowed to never again sing fifty of his own songs, because of their explicit content.
The Purple Rain singer/songwriter, who was raised as a Seventh-day Adventist, evolved and revolved when he named himself after an unpronounceable symbol and was self-titled "The Artist Formerly Known as Prince." His new evolution is that, since he became a Jehovah's Witness in 2000, his attitude has changed about how he wants to influence his fans.
Prince says he has now removed songs - including "Cream" and "Get Off" - from his live performances, stating that there is enough music containing vulgar language already.
"You can't push the envelope any further than I've pushed it. So stop," Prince said. "What's the point? So much of what we see on TV and hear on the radio is debased. I will not add to that."