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November 17, 2016 05:52 PM

Prince was a true powerhouse, says one-time collaborator Kate Bush.

“He was so prolific, he used to make me laugh because whilst I was working on an album, he would have done two world tours, a couple of albums [and] a film,” Bush told BBC 6, according to NME.

Prince died at age 57 earlier this year from an opioid overdose. The pair had worked together on “Why Should I Love You,” from Bush’s hit 1993 album The Red Shoes.

“He was really playful and really sweet,” Bush told BBC. “What a talented man, what an artist. I think it’s a terrible loss that he should go at such a young age, its incredibly sad.”

She further told the U.K. outlet that there’s no unheard songs hidden in his or her archives that they collaborated on, dispelling rumors otherwise.

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Bush, 58, previously commented on the singer’s death through her website, posting a note titled, “A Message for Prince.”

“I am so sad and shocked to hear the tragic news about Prince,” she wrote. “He was the most incredibly talented artist. A man in complete control of his work from writer and musician to producer and director. He was such an inspiration. Playful and mind-blowingly gifted. He was the most inventive and extraordinary live act I’ve seen. The world has lost someone truly magical. Goodnight, dear Prince.”

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