English singer and songwriter made famous by her relationship with American pop superstar Prince, with whom she lived at his home in Minneapolis, Minnesota as a teenager. She released solo songs like "Ronnie, Talk to Russia" and was featured on Prince songs like "The Dopamine Rush Suite."
She grew up in England and the Netherlands and attended Sylvia Young Theatre School. She first met Prince at one of his concerts when she was sixteen years old.
For her eighteenth birthday, Prince gifted her with a pink cashmere coat. The gift served as the inspiration for his single "Pink Cashmere."
Her birth name is Anna Garcia. Her stage name was given to her by Prince. Her mother was a singer.
She wrote the song "Fantasia Erotica" from Carmen Electra's self-titled 1993 album.