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This paper studies the recording artist Prince, or the Artist formerly known as Prince, in regards to the marketing and sales of a recorded product. The paper discusses how often scandalous standards set by the recording industry towards many artists are now under attack within the business community. Many artists since the nineties including Prince have been seeking ways to get a just return on their creative output.
From the Paper:"The musical career of the recording artist (formerly known as) Prince has been a central factor in understanding the power of music file sharing with the advent of Napster in the late nineties. This study will examine the success of Prince prior to the turn of the century, and why his success has slowly declined with changing technologies. By defining and understanding the technology associated with business profits and losses in regards to file sharing, Prince has played a part in his post Napster years in forging a new way for artists to sell their material online."
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