Prince's Back-Catalogue Will Be Available On All Streaming Sites Next Week

You won't have to be a Tidal subscriber to belt out 'Purple Rain' any longer

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Tidal has had a monopoly on all things 'The Artist Formerly Known As Prince' and just plain-old Prince for a while now.

Prince's estate bought the rights for all his releases from 1978 and 1996 from Warner Bros in 2014 according to Observer.

That's a hefty nineteen albums according to his Wikipedia page (top investigative journalism).

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Last year, when Price tragically passed away, so many people looked to post and share their favourite Prince songs, but couldn't because they were under lock and key at Tidal.

Though live versions have been floating around on YouTube, so many of us are hungry for that full-on album experience.

Well, we won't have to wait much longer since, according to Pitchfork, streaming sites like Spotify and iTunes will get their mitts on the full discography on 12th February, which is the night of the Grammys incidentally.

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Not long now.

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