An EP Of Unreleased Prince Music Is Dropping This Week Called "Deliverance"

An EP Of Unreleased Prince Music Is Dropping This Week Called

An EP Of Unreleased Prince Music Is Dropping This Week Called "Deliverance"

In an interview on People Icons: Gone Too Soon, a special airing on ABC, Prince's sister, Tyka Nelson, said that her brother had predicted his own death three years ago.

The songs contain previously unreleased music that, according to the release, are "new, undiscovered studio recordings from 2006-2008". Boxill then completed the tracks following Prince's death previous year.

According to RMA, Prince wrote and recorded all of the tracks with producer Ian Boxill beginning in 2006.

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"The songs were written and recorded when Prince was an independent artist, protesting what he saw as an unjust music industry", notes the announcement, which also notes that the EP is being released independently, with the majority of sales benefiting Prince's estate. He said that they made a decision to go independent with the release because he believes Prince would have wanted to "get his music directly to the public". The EP's first song, "Deliverance", is available on iTunes and Apple Music, and can be previewed over here. Here's a website with a bunch of information about the release, which will only be available in the United States.

ABC affiliate KSTP reports that the plaintiffs are accusing Boxill of "trying to exploit one or more songs for his personal gain at expense of the Prince Estate".

As Variety reports, however, the legal standing of the recordings could be complicated: Boxill claims he owns them, while Prince's estate is considering legal action. On June 2, fans will get the opportunity to purchase the disc version of the EP, when RMA releases it across the nation. "When considering how to release this important work, we chose to go independent because that's what Prince would have wanted", said Boxill in a statement. "No One Else" and an extended version of "I Am", and is released on Friday (21.04.17).

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