13 Prince Songs That Were Hits For Other Artists
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13 Prince Songs That Were Hits For Other Artists

13 songs that were written by Prince that showed to be successful for other musicians.

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13 Prince Songs That Were Hits For Other Artists
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From playing over 27 instruments, to releasing dozens of albums of his own, it was no secret that Prince was a musical genius. Over his 39-year musical career, Prince wrote and assisted on songs for musicians such as Madonna, The Bangles, Sheila E, Stevie Nicks, and Chaka Khan.

Other artists such as Alicia Keys and Sinead O'Connor liked certain songs so much that they decided to cover them, which proved to be successful. Here are some of the most successful songs that Prince wrote for other artists.

1. Nothing Compares 2 U- Sinead O' Connor & Chris Cornell




2. How Come You Don't Call Me- Alicia Keys



3. The Beautiful Ones- Mariah Carey

4. '03 Bonnie & Clyde (Beyoncé's lyrics) - Jay Z & Beyoncé


5. I Feel For You- Chaka Khan



6. Get it up- TLC & The Time


7. Kiss- Maroon 5

8. The Glamorous Life- Sheila E

9. Stand Back- Stevie Nicks


10. Manic Monday- The Bangles


11. Sex Shooter- Appollonia 6


12. Nasty Girl- Vanity 6


13. Love Song- Madonna


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