By Jem Aswad. Senior Music Editor. And on Sept. For more details, eyes below:. The two new websites seem designed for two different kinds of fan experiences: Prince2me is more emotional, where the Discography seems more for music nerds. Yes, that was very intentional. We hired a company called Base Design to work with us on some ideas for the web platform and one of them was the Discography, where you can go down a rabbit hole for a couple of hours, and also Prince2me, which is a platform for fans to express themselves. The last year was really about information collecting: meeting with various partners, meeting with the heirs and [estate executor] Comerica and figuring out what partners we need to bring on to help execute that vision.
By Jem Aswad. Senior Music Editor. The release will be separate from another album containing previously unreleased material coming in September , which estate adviser Troy Carter told Variety will be released on Warner Bros. Certain Prince releases remain exclusively available for streaming on Tidal. The Estate and Tidal owner Jay-Z are working together on the song selection for the album.
As Variety reports , a new Prince project made up of unreleased records is on course to drop in September. Speaking to the media outlet, Troy Carter — the music industry executive whose Atom Factory company oversees the Prince estate — revealed that his crew is working on releasing the aforementioned Prince LP. Along with the new Prince album, an official memoir is also on the way and a new website is now live.
Prince was well known in the entertainment industry for having a vast body of work that has not been released. It has been said that his vault contains multiple unreleased albums and over 50 fully produced music videos that have never been released, along with albums and other media. The following is a list, in rough chronological order, of the most prominent of these unreleased works. Many were later released and circulated among collectors as bootlegs. Before Prince formed The Time , he considered using his backing band as a side-project called The Rebels. The project was a group effort, with songs being written and sung by the various members only Bobby Z and Dr. Fink did not sing.