More than seven years have passed since Prince’s death. Throughout the years, previously unpublished compositions continue to be found in the archives of the legendary artist. A release will drop on October 27 that will include 75 songs from the star, 47 of which have not been heard by fans before. It is reported by Forbes.
Paisley Park Enterprises, the company behind the archived Prince songs, has announced that the 1991 reissue of Diamonds and Pearls will be available in three formats: Super Deluxe Edition, Deluxe Edition and Remastered Album. Prices range from $13 to $395.
Let’s remember that previously two compositions from the Prince’s archive reached streaming platforms. Among them are 2006’s “All a Share Together Now” and “7 (E Flat Version),” a remix of a song from the musician’s 1992 “Love Symbol Album.”