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When funk-pop singer Prince declared the Internet "completely over," he awakened smooth jazz saxophonist Kenny G. The virtuoso of elevator music gave a jocular interview with the Associated Press, saying that if the Internet is dead "then I must be dead, too, 'cause I use it all the time." With a laugh, he added "Maybe I've got a sixth sense, and I only see dead people. I don't know."

Unlike Prince, who refuses to use digital platforms to distribute his music, Kenny G said the Internet is vital to promoting his work. Kenny G conceded that, though he doesn't have the Web-savviest of fans, it's still an essential tool to get the word out.

Your move, Prince.


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