In keeping with that theme of self-awareness Friday, the 55-year-old singer used Twitter to preview the cover art for his new single, "Breakfast Can Wait," featuring Dave Chappelle dressed as Prince holding a plate of pancakes. The tweet also links to a snippet of the single.
Chappelle fans will remember that the 39-year-old comedian, who has his own complicated relationship with stardom and Internet fame, often impersonated the enigmatic performer in a recurring series of skits on his Comedy Central show.
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