Prince was and is a monstrously prolific artist, and literally hundreds of unreleased tracks from that era alone reportedly exist, along with material he svengali'ed for other artists, multiple remixes and re-recordings of individual songs, not to mention audio and video footage of his many tours during those years.
"I think when it originally came out, I was so out of it -- like, gone, in this party state -- that I didn’t get a chance to enjoy much of it," Nas told The Hollywood Reporter at the film's world premiere at the Beacon Theatre in New York City, presented by Hennessy V.S. and Beats Music. "Now, I enjoy it a lot more."
From the very beginning, Rhimes has mostly honed in on classic soul and funk from the late '60s and early '70s, which has quietly become one of the show's trademark characteristics along with the cheating, betrayal, murder, backstabbing, and rapid-fire plot twists.