When legendary recording artist Prince died Thursday at the age of 57, he left behind an epic legacy of music, art, philosophy — and a song about a black version of Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpChelsea Clinton announces birth of third child Ukrainian officials and Giuliani are sharing back-channel campaign information: report Trump attacks 'the Squad' as 'racist group of troublemakers' MORE.

That’s right: Way back in the go-go 90s, when Trump was a mere multi-millionaire, Prince set out to immortalize the man and his myth with a funky slow-jam titled “Donald Trump (Black Version)."


"Donald Trump (black version), maybe that’s what you need / A man that fulfills your every wish, your every dream,” read the lyrics to the tune, unearthed by BuzzFeed, which was performed by the R&B band The Time on their 1990 reunion album Pandemonium.

The Time, a Minneapolis band, worked closely with Prince throughout their careers.

In a tweet posted Friday morning, Trump fondly recalled the “numerous occasions” he had the good fortune of meeting Prince, calling the pop icon “an amazing talent and a wonderful guy.”

“He will be greatly missed,” Trump added, echoing the sentiment of millions worldwide.