For music lovers all over the world, April 21 was the saddest day of this year. Prince, one of the greatest legends of the music industry, who wowed generations of his audience with his iconic music style and flamboyant and charismatic lifestyle, passed way that day after being found unconscious at his Paisley Park home-studio in Chanhassen, Minnesota. He was only 57 years old- an age even Prince himself would have said was too young to die.
Many celebrities have come out and openly offered their condolences. Recently Tamron Hall of NBC News too came out with her out eulogy for Prince.
She said she would always remember him as one of her greatest friend. Prince, she said, was always an extremely private man and would go to great lengths to assure the privacy of his friends as well. Prince was like an angel in many people’s lives, an angel who brought them miracles even without their knowledge. But, the man was absolutely adamant, she recalls, of keeping such heroic tales private.
Tamron revealed the details of her last communication with her best friend. While sitting at a restaurant, she had heard a song of his being played. As usual she had texted him and he had texted back with, what she says, was his usual cryptic replies. Fighting back her tears, Tamron Hall said she had had no idea that he was ill. He just sounded his usual cheerful self, she said. She said that Prince had always been a great friend to her. The two people she could always count were her own mom and then it was Prince.
Tamron went to say how she felt Prince was not really gone from this world. His music has been so pervasive it would be impossible to truly forget such a legend of music.