A posthumous Prince EP of unreleased music is just around the corner

A new Prince EP featuring six never before released tracks will be released on April 21st to remember the one-year anniversary of the pop legend’s death.

The EP features five new tracks: ‘Deliverance’, ‘No One Else’, ‘Touch Me’, ‘Sunrise Sunset’ and ‘I Am’.

However, Paisley Park has filed a federal lawsuit against sound engineer George Ian Boxill for control of the Deliverance EP. The lawsuit estimates the value of the music at around $75,000.

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