CHANHASSEN (AP) — Party on, Prince.

In recent weeks the superstar has hosted late-night jam sessions where he serenaded Madonna, celebrated the Minnesota Lynx's WNBA championship and showcased his latest protege, singer Judith Hill.

Hundreds of fans descended on suburban Paisley Park Studios on Saturday night. They paid $10 each to hear Prince and his backing band raise the roof until 3 a.m.

Prince isn't talking about his new openness. But one fan says Prince has been open for a while. She says, "It's like he's brought us into his home."

Announced on Twitter, the event was to promote Hill and her new album, "Back in Time," co-produced by Prince and released just the day before.

Hill says Prince feels he wants to share Paisley Park "with everyone."