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    If U Dream It, They Will Come

    If U Dream It, They Will Come


    Daniel Arnold goes on a private tour of Prince’s private quarters with his sort of goddaughter, Grown-ish star Yara Shahidi.

    I caught Yara Shahidi laughing to herself on a recent, first-of-its-kind tour of Prince’s bedroom, and I shot her a cartoony look, like, “watch it,” but also, “what you got?” It was December in Minnesota, dark at?noon,?and she and I, in particular, had been doing our best to go lightly through a surprisingly arduous day. It’s easy to imagine how strolling a crowd through such a sacred space would put its gatekeepers on edge, but we were too giddy for piety, standing under the disarming, 15-foot “Everything U Think Is True” mural that Prince woke up to every day.

    “What’s so funny,” I got close and asked. “Nothing,” the?Grown-ish?star beamed (she always beams), “it’s just so Prince, but it’s also?sooo?Minnesota.” When our laughs drew looks, she buried her head in the faux fur sheath of Prince’s round, four-poster princess bed (which appears to be?available on Amazon), and I stared at my feet. But my feet, sunk in white shag, were tangled in what must have been 25 feet of coiled telephone wire—enough to carry the bedside phone halfway down the stairs—so I gave up on playing it cool. Yara plopped down at a stereo under the mural, still laughing to herself, and flipped through a telling stack of CDs and records: Miles Davis, Jimi Hendrix, Marvin Gaye, Sylvester, and, of course, Prince. Her ease relaxed the room. After a thorough, delighted lap, we headed out through the costume archive, past a bedroom bookshelf sparsely stocked with?The Book of Secrets, two copies of the Bible, and?R. Swinburne Clymer’s 1921?“course of instruction on the right use of sex.”?Perfect.

    Downstairs, Prince’s untouched office was just as rife with delicious leads. Three-eyed fan art lay among a dimpled portrait of Jimi Hendrix in watercolor, half-spent gold candles, a CD-R spindle, three universal remotes, and an oversize magnifying glass. Chief among the artifacts, at least for our purposes today, was a shrine to his friends’ children. In photos, flanked by flowers and cards, a chubby-cheeked cowboy clutched an armload of October leaves, a 2-year-old with a sweeping side part beat up a drum kit in a red pleather jacket, and a mind-crushingly cute toddler, Yara Shahidi, smiled up from a marker-fisted inscription of “To Mr. Prince <3 Yara :).”

    Yara’s father, Afshin, was Prince’s personal photographer, so she got low-key godfather treatment from birth, and despite Prince’s physical absence, the room felt proud to welcome her back. Standing in his office,?now starring in TV shows, running an activist platform to get young people to the polls, and heading to Harvard with a letter of recommendation from Michelle Obama, I told Yara, “Damn, you must have a crazy concept of ‘normal’; does it even surprise you that everything you dream up seems to come true?” She blushed and deflected, which was fine, because the answer was obvious. When you count Nas and the first Iranian in space as cousins, and your Black Panther grandfather and magic-manifesting parents raise you on James Baldwin, in the company of Prince and Angela Davis, well, to coin a phrase, “Everything U Think Is True.” So, I thought instead, “What if I had a round, four-poster princess bed sheathed in white fur,” and I headed to the gift shop.

     

     


    Yara Shahidi in Miu Miu jacket, Alexis shirt, Re-done jeans, and her own boots.

    Photographed by Daniel Arnold

    Special thanks to:
    The Prince Estate
    Atom Factory
    42West

    Trademarks owned by Paisley Park Enterprises, Inc., a wholly owned entity of the Prince Estate

    大豪门彩票

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