From the 12th of February 2017 you’ll be able to start streaming Prince‘s greatest hits via a plethora of popular streaming services.
The New York Post reports that the night of the Grammy awards will signal the end of Prince’s songs being exclusively available from Jay-Z owned Tidal, and will also then be available from services including Spotify, Pandora, Google Play and Apple Music.
In addition, Billboard reports that a series of purple Spotify ads containing no text have begun popping up in New York, seemingly teasing the singer’s collection for the platform.
The Purple One famously pulled his entire collection of music from all streaming services nine months before his death in April 2016.
When his music is finally restored, it’ll be the first time Prince’s most popular songs are available for public streaming in 19 months – and represents many months of hard work by his estate to secure deals.
A source close to The NY Times also said that deals for Prince’s unreleased music in his vault are currently being negotiated.
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