Thursday, October 13, 2016

Prince Secret Music Vault Open for Business


For years there have been rumors of a secret vault filled with unreleased music hidden away at the late rocker Prince's Paisley Park Studios.

The rumors are true and the music is up for grabs...

Insiders tell Billboard Magazine the fabled vault of music is currently being shopped to record labels for upwards of $35 million.

The source also confirms a deluxe edition Purple Rain album will be released in 2017.

Prince died of an accidental overdose of prescription drugs at Paisley Park on April 21 2016 [click here if you missed that].

He did not leave a will.

16 comments:

prissa o said...

Terrible!! I will not support this.

The King Of The Real said...

whatevs, miss my ninja Tone; his crazy azz

Anonymous said...

No no no people are not handling this right

Your Highness said...

Well Imma say this, if he didnt release it, it prolly wasn't up to his standards so I'll pass. Nevertheless this is shady as hale. Blood money all for the almighty dollar. The music industry is nothing but money grubbing vultures. smh....

Anonymous said...

And it now it begins like I thought it would years ago SMH

Sunni Daze said...

With this ....I believe they KILLED PRINCE to get in that VAULT.

Anonymous said...

Yall gonna regret listening to it. Some songs should remain demos and a genius like prince knew that. Long story short...they probably suck. Every musician has at least 1000 songs and only wants you to hear 80.

Anonymous said...

Prince himself wanted that music released after he passed on, said as much interviews and I know there gems in there.

Allihave2say said...

Prince said that he didn't want the record labels to own his best works so they're in the vault. Since he allegedly didn't have a will they will end up with it anyway.

erijoey3 said...

All the family is asking for is 35 million dollars? The music is worth at least close to a 2 to 300 million dollars, at least!

Anonymous said...

@3:48
I thought the number was low too. Such a shame they know NOTHING about business.

Anonymous said...

35 mil is low balling for sure.

Anonymous said...

35 mill is accurate. Even die hard fans don't PAY for music. The bulk of any future income from new unsupported music (videos,tours,performances) would be synchronization(movie,tv) rights. The game has changed. Start at 35 probably top out around 90 (still not worth it) unless all yall decide you wanna buy cds and pay for iTunes. Streams ain't shit.

Anonymous said...

Either way it's very heartbreaking, everything that's been going on. I cry every time I remember he's no longer her to protect what he worked hard for. We all will die one day sure enough, but I don't like how they came for blood before his ashes had cooled. Maybe if his family weren't so silent, we would all find closure knowing they will protect him in death.

Anonymous said...

35 mil is low balling like I said. Look at someone like Jimmy Hendrix and what his estate is worth now! Jimmy did not even have a vault of unreleased tracks, thinking about how they can be released, remade, sampled or publishing rights sold for years to come and 35 is an insult.

Hassan Allison said...

Calm down people as just about every major artist had music released after their demise and Prince will be no different...!

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