The Prince Estate and Warner Bros. Records has unearthed the original version of the iconic song, "Nothing Compares 2 U," from late music icon Prince. The previously unreleased cut was recorded in 1984, six years before 1990’s classic reimagining by Sinéad O'Connor and before Prince started performing the song live. The track was originally composed, arranged and performed in its entirety by Prince, aside [Read More]
In a confidential toxicology report obtained by the Associated Press on Monday (March 26th), it stated that the late icon Prince had an "exceedingly high" amount of fentanyl in his body at the time of his death. The report found that the singer died of an accidental overdose of the drug. The opioid was reported to be 50 times stronger than [Read More]
Prince's Academy Award and Grammy Award-winning RIAA diamond-certified masterpiece Purple Rain now returns to the Top 5 of the Billboard Top 200 and bows at No. 4.
Prince’s Sister Tyka Honors Him On His Birthday With Touching Music Video ‘End Of The Road’ Featuring Rare Photos
Yesterday (June 7) would have been Prince's 59th birthday, and to honor his legacy, his sister Tyka Nelson released touching video for her song “End of the Road” which shares rare photos of their lives together as children.
Now, we may have a deeper reason why the music was halted. According to TMZ, Prince's family/estate wants to use the music for a future reality show...
Welp, Prince fans, unfortunately there's no unreleased music to hear right now. Looks like Prince's posthumous EP Deliverance won’t see the light of day after all.
The one-year anniversary of Prince passing is April 21st, and to commemorate, previously-unreleased music is on the agenda to see the light of day.
Sharron, Norrine and John Nelson are three (out of six) of Prince's expected heirs, and they are allegedly not happy with how Comerica is running Prince's estate.
Music from late icon Prince's extensive catalog will be available to stream across all digital services by the time the Grammy Awards kicks off today at 5pm PT. According to Warner Bros. Records, fans will begin seeing songs on services at 9am PT. "Prince recorded his most influential and popular music during his time with Warner Bros. and we are [Read More]
Universal Music Group (UMG) is the company chosen by Prince's estate to handle all of the exclusive rights to the late musician's music catalog.