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Prince's Early Albums Return to Streaming Services, Label Reveals Details of Deluxe 'Purple Rain' Reissue

According to Warner Bros.

Today marked the arrival of Prince's back catalogue on streaming services such as Spotify.

His albums Prince, Dirty Mind, Controversy, 1999, Purple Rain, Around the World in a Day, Parade, Sign O' The Times, Batman and Diamonds and Pearls were recorded for Warner, and are considered classics.

He continued: "We're also pleased to announce our plan to release the remaster of Prince's most iconic album, Purple Rain, along with two incredible albums of previously unreleased Prince music and two complete concert films from the Paisley Park vault on June 9".

Warner Records said in a statement that Prince's music, including his signature album "Purple Rain", was being released to coincide with Sunday's Grammy Awards, where Prince is to be remembered in a special tribute.

Records announced hours before the late musician's tracks started appearing on Spotify, Apple Music, and more.

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The one exception was Jay Z's streaming service, Tidal, which struck a deal with Prince in 2015 and has the exclusive rights to his album "Hit N Run: Phase One".

Prince, who first signed with Warner Bros.

The talk of Prince's music returning to all streaming services globally has been officially confirmed by Warner Bros.

Why hasn't Prince's music hasn't been available anywhere else for nearly two years?

Since the singers death his estate have begun making licensing deals to get his music returned to streaming services, which offer one of the biggest generators of revenue in the music industry.

This begs the question, is this the respect Prince would of wanted?

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