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Johnny - The New Power Generation - Gold Nigga (CD, Album)

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  1. In the early 90's Prince's band New Power Generation came into the possition of doing something that his original band The Revolution never got the chance to do;release a full lengh album under there own name without Prince having to be involved in everything/5(3).
  2. Gold Nigga (Goldnigga) by Prince, New Currently unavailable. Prince and the New Power Generation [Gold Cover Limited Edition] The Symbol Album O-|-> by Prince, Prince Rodgers Nelson, et al. | out of 5 stars 2. Audio CD Prince & The New Power Generation - 7 - Paisley Park - , Paisley Park - WCD. by New Power.
  3. The album is a collection of funky grooves - big bass lines, solid rhythms, choppy horn arrangements - a showcase for the fine musicianship of the Sonny T / Michael B incarnation of the NPG. Where it falls down is in the painful crap-rap of Tony M, who handles lead vocals on all of the tracks.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Goldnigga - New Power Generation on AllMusic -
  5. Despite all tracks been written by Prince (done during the Diamonds And Pearls Tour) and performing them throughout this album, GoldNigga is the first album to be credited entirely to the New Power Generation. Prince was at the time in dispute with his record label Warner Brothers, he thus put out this release under his own label NPG Records.
  6. Segue [# 2] is the sixth track on the New Power Generation's first 'solo' album Gold Nigga (fifth track on later pressings of the CD). It is a skit in which a bandmember (possibly Damon Dickson or Kirk Johnson) calls the Record Plant, Hollywood, CA, USA to pass on the message to Tony M. to come to Casey's Bar (possibly Casey's Irish Pub in Los Angeles) to try out a new song (presumably Black M.F.
  7. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Gold Nigga In the early 90's Prince's band New Power Generation came into the possition of doing something that his original band The Revolution never got the chance to do;release a full lengh album under there own name without Prince having to be involved in everything. also take on.

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