First New Track Off Prince's Posthumous Album Released

Apr 20, 2017, 08:45
First New Track Off Prince's Posthumous Album Released

Boxill reportedly refuses to turn over the tracks - one is now available iTunes and Apple Music - and both Prince's estate and Paisley Park claim that releasing them violates his contract.

Titled "Deliverance", the title track of the forthcoming EP is available to hear right now, in advance of the Friday release.

"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", he said in the statement.

To the many Prince fans hoping to wrap their ears around some unheard material on Friday, you might want to temper your expectations.

The disc version of the EP is scheduled to be released nationwide on June 2 at major brick and mortar stores, including Walmart and Target.

According to a Tuesday news release, Rogue Music Alliance is releasing an EP of music from the singer April 21.

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Deliverance was meant to be released tomorrow in honour of the one year anniversary of Prince's death, via Rogue Music Alliance (RMA).

Deliverance features six studio recording the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer made between 2006 and 2008.

However, iHeartRadio has announced that the song "Deliverance" is now streaming on iHeartPrince Radio at the top of the hour every hour.

The new music will be released via independent Vancouver-based label RMA, rather than a major record label. While it didn't feature any brand new material, it did include the first official release of "Moonbeam Levels" which had only ever been heard in demo form.

The federal lawsuit against George Ian Boxill alleges that the sound engineer violated a signed agreement with the estate that all recordings would remain Prince's property and has refused to return the tracks.