New Prince Music Released - Stream & Download Here!

Brunilde Fioravanti
Aprile 19, 2017

Well here some good news for Prince fans. The songs were written and recorded while Prince was an independent artist, using them as an avenue for protest against what he saw as injustice in the music industry.

- Friday is the one-year anniversary of Prince's death, and to commemorate the occasion Rogue Music Alliance is releasing a special EP of recent, previously unreleased studio recordings called Deliverance, according to a press release.

The Washington-based record company, which is known mostly for its Christian music output, announced the majority of the profit from sales of the project will go toward's Prince's estate; however, on Tuesday, it was reported Paisley Park and the singer's estate were suing Boxill over five unpublished Prince songs, including one titled "Deliverance". The pre-order for the EP is also available now on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon.

Deliverance will be released nationwide June 2 at major retailers, including Target and Walmart. Here's a website with a bunch of information about the release, which will only be available in the United States.

Prince, and Ian Boxill (2Pac, Gladys Knight, Janet Jackson, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, multiple award winning Prince albums), co-wrote and co-produced all of the tracks beginning in 2006.

"I believe "Deliverance" is a timely release with everything going on in the world today and in light of the one-year anniversary of his passing".

A Prince fansite says that another song, "I Am", which appears in a two-minute-24-second version and an extended take that runs almost four minutes, is likely the same song that was recorded by blues guitarist Jonny Lang and Elisa Fiorillo, who sang backup on Prince's Batman, Graffiti Bridge and Diamonds and Pearls.

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