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Prince Trolls the Web With Amazing Dave Chappelle Single Artwork

'Breakfast Can Wait' features comedian's parody

August 19, 2013 11:50 AM ET
Prince Breakfast Can Wait
Prince, 'Breakfast Can Wait'
Courtesy of Prince

Prince seems to be really enjoying being part of the Twitterverse. Last night, he shared the artwork for his new single "Breakfast Can Wait," on his band 3rd Eye Girl's account. The artwork features comedian Dave Chappelle's impersonation of The Artist from the hilarious "True Hollywood Stories" Chappelle Show sketch

The Roots Steer Prince Tribute Warm-Up in New York

Prince recently joined Twitter after a longstanding and highly public battle against the Internet. Watch a video featuring both the artwork and an audio clip. 

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