Neil Gaiman on Coraline the terrifying opera: 'Being brave means being scared'
by Erica Jeal on 23 March, 2018 at 17:57
The Spice Girls set to voice animated superhero movie
by Guardian staff on 23 March, 2018 at 17:09
Ant and Dec lose advertising deal with Suzuki
by Kevin Rawlinson on 23 March, 2018 at 15:32
How Harvey Weinstein's accusers are fighting their way back to the top
by Amy Nicholson on 23 March, 2018 at 15:23
From Empire to Corrie, TV shows are this season's style inspiration
by Scarlett Conlon on 23 March, 2018 at 15:00
Seth Meyers: Trump's lawyers are joining the Titanic 'after it hit the iceberg'
by Jake Nevins on 23 March, 2018 at 14:48
Mexican magic: channelling Frida Kahlo's revolutionary style
by Photographs: Harriet Turney. Styling: Melanie Wilkinson on 23 March, 2018 at 14:00
Lucy Porter: ‘You look bigger on the telly … and I’ve got a really small telly!’
by Harriet Gibsone on 23 March, 2018 at 14:00
Fortnite shoots to the top of teenagers' most-wanted games list
by Keith Stuart on 23 March, 2018 at 13:52
How Roxanne Shante paved the way for Cardi B and Nicki Minaj
by Pete Cashmore on 23 March, 2018 at 13:00
Prince Rogers Nelson (June 7, 1958 – April 21, 2016)
2016 has delivered several blows already and this one is also mighty. Prince was renowned as an innovator and was widely known for his eclectic work, flamboyant stage presence, and wide vocal range. He was widely regarded as the pioneer of Minneapolis sound. His music combined rock, R&B, soul, funk, hip hop, disco, psychedelia, jazz, and pop. His catalogue of songs contains many anthems of their era, with a whole back catalogue that he never released. His skills as a song writer meant that there are many tracks he gave to other artists. Despite being commercially successful, Prince guarded his rights fastidiously, even suing fans for uploading his work on to Facebook. He never sold out to the corporate part of the mucisc industry. His influence on modern music will continue for many decades to come.