Besides epic Twitter rants and draggings, music streaming services are one of the best things on the Internet. These platforms allow countless albums, songs, and video to be streamed for a monthly fee. While most songs are available, some dope catalogs are being kept under tight lock and key. Warner Bros. recently announced that it would be unleashing Prince’s Warner Bros. catalog, just in time for the Grammy’s.
Prince signed with Warner Bros. over 35 years ago. The albums that were made under that label are some of his most epic projects. Prince, Dirty Mind, Controversy, 1999, Purple Rain, Around the World in a Day, Parade, Sign O’ The Times, Batman and Diamonds and Pearls are just some of the albums he dropped while he was under the WB umbrella. “Pop Life”, “Raspberry Beret”, “When Doves Cry”, “Alphabet Street”, and “Kiss” are just a few of the bangers that will now be accessible to streaming service subscribers worldwide.
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Aside from releasing a bundle of tracks, Warner Bros. also plans on releasing the remaster of “Purple Rain”, one of Prince’s most iconic albums. The label also have a vault full of previously recorded and unreleased Prince music and Two concert films. These gems are set to be released on June 9th, two days after the music legend’s birthday. Be sure to hit your favorite streaming service for the Prince tracks and tune into the Grammy’s tonight at 8 p.m.
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