Prince removed his music from every streaming service except Tidal in July 2015, but the artist’s catalog returns this Sunday. Spotify and HeartRadio have confirmed the return of works like 1999, Purple Rain and Diamonds and Pearls. You can see all the albums that Spotify will offer right here. Engadget has learned that Amazon Music will also offer the tunes and BBC reports Prince’s music will be available on Apple Music and Napster as well. However, there’s still no word from Google or SoundCloud as to whether their services will offer the artitst’s discography.
Prince did not possess a prescription for fentanyl, a synthetic opioid that has been described as 100 times more powerful than morphine, the source said.
(Minneapolis Star Tribune) Prince died from an overdose of painkillers, a source with knowledge of the megastar’s death investigation has told the Star Tribune.
The Game continues to honor Prince after his sudden death last month. In addition to eulogizing the legendary artist with the release of his song “Rest in Purple,” the rapper also commissioned a large-scale painting of Prince from street artist Madsteez.
Prince was a prolific musician during his lifetime, releasing 39 studio albums as well as many other side projects. Nonetheless, he’s long kept a vault of his unreleased music at his home in Chanhassen, Minn. Only Prince possessed a key to the vault, and as such, its contents have always been a mystery: until today that is.