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1999-The New Master Lands February 2.

NEW YORK--(ENTERTAINMENT WIRE)--Jan. 15, 1999--4get everything you think you've heard. The new master is now arriving.

On February 2, 1999, The Artist--creator of the prophetic new millennium anthem "1999"--will unveil 1999-The New Master. This new recording is an extended CD single featuring seven mind-blowing re-creations of the cherished classic. It was recorded this year at Paisley Park in Minneapolis and will be made available at retail stores everywhere on The Artist's own NPG Records as well as www.1800newfunk.com.

1999-The New Master offers refreshing and invigorating alternatives to the pop gem, thanks to The Artist and an intimate group of remarkable talent and members of his New Power Generation family. While the familiar song takes on a more tribal feel on "the New Master" version, the funky Larry Graham, powerful songstress Rosie Gaines, and rapper Doug E. Fresh empower mixes such as 'The Inevitable Mix," the soulful "Keepsteppin'" mix, the partying "Rosie Doug E. In A Deep House," and the stunning acapella version. Actress Rosario Dawson delivers a stirring spoken word version as well.

The creation and release of 1999-The New Master kicks off a revolutionary year for The Artist whose dedication to pursuit of independence for artists everywhere is never ending.
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