Havoc of the hip hop duo has revealed the late music legend - who tragically passed away in April at his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota - offered a helping hand on the track from the 'Infamous Archives' LP and did it out the kindness of his heart and didn't expect anything in return.
Havoc - whose real name is Kejuan Muchita - asked Prince for advice on the beat and the musical genius simply sat at a keyboard and performed in front of them, and the rest is history.
He told the 'Drink Champs' podcast: ''I was making the beat, and then I was like 'Holy sh*t Prince.' Then, I was like 'Is there anything I need to do to the beat?' He was like 'Hold on' and then he got on the keyboard and just started ... He was that cool.''
Havoc - who is joined by Prodigy in the duo - came to get into the studio with the 'Purple Rain' hitmaker when he was working at New York's Electric Lady Studios and Prince stumbled in.
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