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May 23, 2024

Paisley Park’s Prince Celebration 2024 To Feature The Revolution, Morris Day, New Power Generation, And More

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May 14, 2024

Paisley Park and Prince Estate Welcome Visitors to Prince's Legendary Purple Rain House in Celebration of Purple Rain’s 40th Anniversary

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December 7, 2023

Yamaha to Take Center Stage at NAMM 2024 with New Innovative Products and Dynamic Performances

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July 7, 2023

NPG Records Releases Prince Vault Series Singles “All A Share Together Now” and “7 (E Flat Version)” – Following Celebration 2023 Out Now On Streaming Platforms Worldwide 

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Paisley Park is Prince’s private estate, an active museum, state-of-the-art recording studio, and concert venue in Chanhassen, MN. The museum is open for public tours, giving fans of the music icon the unprecedented opportunity to tour the legendary, 65,000-square-foot complex that served as the center of Prince’s creative universe. Guided tours lead visitors through the extensive spaces of Paisley Park, including studios where Prince recorded, produced and mixed many of his biggest hits; exhibit spaces that chronicle films like the global hit Purple Rain; Prince’s private NPG Music Club; and a massive soundstage and concert hall where Prince rehearsed for concert tours and held exclusive events and concerts.

 

L. LONDELL MCMILLAN -- SHORT BIO

An internationally recognized attorney, entrepreneur, publisher and award-winning producer, L. Londell McMillan is known as one of the most influential leaders of his generation. He has served as lead counsel to icons such as Prince, Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Roberta Flack, Spike Lee, Run DMC, LL Cool J, Doug E Fresh, Nas, DMX, Lil Kim and many more. Mr. McMillan has also represented corporate clients such as The Discovery Channel, Time Warner, Radio One, TIAA-CREF and Mercedes Benz. Mr. McMillan is the founder of The NorthStar Business Enterprises, LLC and The NorthStar Group, a private equity operation with multi-media, marketing, entertainment and real–estate holdings. In 2016, Mr. McMillan was selected as an entertainment advisor to the estate of the late great music icon, Prince and he now serves as the Managing Member of Prince Legacy, LLC. Under The NorthStar Group, Mr. McMillan also owns and publishes the legendary The Source Magazine, the longest-running Hip Hop magazine and digital media property, as well as the highly acclaimed Jones Magazine, a fashion, beauty and travel shopping guide for women. He is also a producer of scripted and unscripted film and television projects. Mr. McMillan was born in the Tompkins housing projects in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn; he is a graduate of Brooklyn Technical High School, the School for Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University, and New York University School of Law. An advocate of civil and artists’ rights, Mr. McMillan served as the General Counsel for the NAACP, Brooklyn Branch, as well as Founder and General Counsel and founder of the Artist Empowerment Coalition (AEC).

 

L. LONDELL MCMILLAN -- FULL BIO

An internationally recognized attorney, entrepreneur, publisher and award winning producer, L. Londell McMillan is known as one of the most influential leaders of his generation. Mr. McMillan has specialized in the law of media, entertainment, business and intellectual property. Mr. McMillan’s elite client list, over the years, have included legendary artists, professional sports figures, authors, legislators, executives and businesses in the communications, media, entertainment, and real estate industries. He has served as lead counsel to icons such as Aretha Franklin, Michael Jackson, Prince, Stevie Wonder, Roberta Flack, Spike Lee, and many others especially in the Hip Hop world – Run DMC, LL Cool J, Doug E Fresh, Nas, DMX, Lil Kim and many more.  Mr. McMillan has also represented corporate clients such as The Discovery Channel, Time Warner, Radio One, TIAA-CREF and Mercedes Benz. Mr. McMillan is the founder of The NorthStar Group, a private equity operation with multi-media, marketing, entertainment and real–estate holdings. In 2016, Mr. McMillan was selected as an entertainment advisor to the estate of the late great music icon, Prince and he now serves as the Managing Member of Prince Legacy, LLC and the Founder of The NorthStar Legacy Fund which partners and acquire catalog interests in sound recordings, music publishing, real estate and other growth assets.

Under The NorthStar Group, Mr. McMillan also owns and publishes the legendary The Source Magazine (www.thesource.com), the longest running Hip Hop magazine and digital media property, as well as the highly acclaimed Jones Magazine (www.jonesmagazine.com), a leading fashion, beauty and travel shopping guide for women. In 2004, Mr. McMillan, along with real-estate developer, Bruce Ratner, Jay Z and others investors purchased the Brooklyn Nets from New Jersey and started the beginnings of the development project in Brooklyn known as the Atlantic Yards.

Mr. McMillan is the recipient of many honors and awards.  He was named as one of The National Law Journal’s 50 most Influential Minority Lawyers in America; he was recognized as one of New York’s Super Lawyers, a distinguished honor for top lawyers in New York State.  He was a recipient of the prestigious MBBA Haywood W. Burns, Lawyer of the Year Award featured on the cover of Black Enterprise Magazine and separately honored alongside Kenneth Chenault, Vernon Jordan and Richard Parsons among Crain’s 100 Most Powerful Minority Leaders. Mr. McMillan also served on the NYC Board for the Fund of Public Schools helping to raise millions of dollars for the New York City public schools.

Mr. McMillan was born in the Tompkins housing projects in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn; he is a graduate of Brooklyn Technical High School, the School for Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University, and New York University School of Law.  Mr. McMillan is an honors graduate and Academic scholar athlete who played on the Cornell University football team. Mr. McMillan has served on the Alumni Council of the Cornell Board of Trustees at Cornell University as well as alumni boards at New York University School of Law.  In December 1989, Mr. McMillan was the co-founder of the New York City Minority Roundtable for large corporate law firms.  Mr. McMillan was a faculty member with the Practicing Law Institute; lecturer and featured case study subject of the Harvard Business School. Mr. McMillan also served on the Board for the Fund For Public Schools helping to raise tens of millions of dollars for the New York City public schools. He has authored and published legal articles and periodicals.  Mr. McMillan is a member of the American Bar Association, the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and the New York State Bar Association. He has received many more honors, awards and citations and regularly appears on television, radio programs, forums and legislative hearings for his insight and commentary.  Mr. McMillan has been a guest and commentator on the Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, Entertainment Tonight, CNN and other distinguished programs.

An advocate of civil and artists’ rights, Mr. McMillan served as the General Counsel for the NAACP, Brooklyn Branch, as well as Founder and General Counsel and founder of the Artist Empowerment Coalition (AEC), a non-profit coalition of artists, musicians, performers, songwriters, educators and civic advocates, organized to use the gift and creation of music, art and culture to educate children, revitalize the community, as well as promote changes in the relationships between artists and companies that exploit their creative works and property rights.

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