Typically famous musicians make a home out of Los Angeles, New York or even Nashville, but not Prince.
It's safe to say the legendary singer went against the grain in all aspects of life. He broke barriers, wrote and performed groundbreaking music and marched to the beat of his own drum. Nothing reflects that more than his choice to live full-time in Minneapolis, Minnesota, at his iconic Paisley Park home.
Prince's close friend and bassist Nik West opened up on Fox News Thursday and weighed in on why the star felt so connected to his Midwest home.
"He said Minneapolis raised him...[moving]will never happen," she recalled. " He would say, 'I'm never leaving...there's a legacy here for me' He was just all about just being who he was—being at home."
She continued, "Paisley Park was his home. He had his concerts there but he also lived there."