Loved by millions and more ‘royal’ than Elizabeth II, Prince was a one-off: a genius songwriter, performer and musician. But this pint-sized gift to the world of music was also a sworn enemy of the record industry. He dedicated his life to thwarting their plans and at the age of 57 it looked as though he had finally defeated them.
Whisper it … Did they kill him?
In the middle of his career Prince had a very public falling out with his record company Warner Brothers and the music industry as a whole. He famously wrote SLAVE on his face at the Grammys in 1996 in protest and changed his name to an unpronounceable symbol to spite his label.
‘If you don’t own your masters, your masters own you,’ he said, and dedicated the rest of his life to regaining control of his back catalogue and freeing himself from the tyranny of the established order.
What stands out now is that in 2016 Prince was on the verge of a glorious new chapter in his career. Prince had the upper hand over the Illuminati record industry. He had total control for the first time. Never in history had an artist had as much control as Prince.
Was this the moment he signed his death warrant?
He had hundreds of millions in the bank and ownership of his back catalogue, including the famous vault holding thousands of unreleased songs. He had worked himself into a position where he was beholden to nobody and had begun to expose the truth in larger, more powerful ways.
He went on mainstream TV and spoke about chemtrails and how the authorities are manipulating our air and water, turning us into weaklings, dumbing us down, turning us into sheeple. Isn’t it interesting that as all of this starts happening, and when he has finally gained total control of his life, he’s suddenly, unexpectedly, dead?
His final Instagram post, published a week before his death, contained the message Just When You Thought You Were Safe. Was this message a reference to the record industry hell hounds on his tail, an enemy he had spent his life fighting? To make matters even more suspicious, the caption on this Instagram post was mysteriously deleted after his death.
A few days before his death, at his last public appearance, Prince told fans to ‘Wait a few days before you waste your prayers.’ These sound like the words of someone who knew the Illuminati record industry had him in their crosshairs.
The parallels with Michael Jackson’s death are astonishing. Who will wrest control of Prince’s enormous back catalogue now he is dead? Will Warner Brothers buy the rights to his music from his heirs in a cut price deal, the same way Sony got their hands on Michael Jackson’s catalogue after his death?
And who gets control over the thousands of unreleased songs in his vault? It has been suggested by music industry sources that his songs could be used for the next hundred years by manufactured, replaceable, corporate-enslaved pop stars.
Keep your eye on who comes calling to break into the vault and recycle those songs. It could be very revealing. Watch this space …