But it is, all the same, a fascinating insight into the life and career of the man formerly known as the Artist Formerly Known as Prince.
What does TAFKAP stand for?
TAFKAP stands for The Artist Formerly Known As Prince
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Girl Bros), who used to work with the Artist Formerly Known as Prince.
The first sensational mining of rock scores occurred in 1993, when the Joffrey Ballet premiered its controversial Billboards, set to songs by the Artist Formerly Known as Prince.
The Artist Formerly Known as Prince, who mused publicly about going totally indie after his acrimonious split with Warner Brothers, but instead now runs his own NPG Records through a manufacturing and distribution deal with EMI/Capitol, said it best to Forbes: "I love Ani DiFranco.
As The Artist Formerly Known As Prince can well attest, every society has rules when it comes to picking personal names.