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According to a new report, Prince‘s music will begin streaming on all prominent streaming platforms beginning on February 12. Previously, the late singer’s legendary catalog was only available on Jay Z‘s TIDAL, but following a lawsuit from his estate after his death last spring, a change is on the horizon.
“The switch gets turned on for everybody during the Grammys,” a source told the Post. The deal only includes Prince’s releases on Warner Bros., however, as the music outside of his Warner contract and unreleased albums are still being negotiated.
An official announcement hasn’t been made just yet, but Spotify is certainly hinting at it. Check out the picture below.
An intriguing purple @Spotify banner has appeared at London’s Spitalfields Market @Goodstuffers @TalonOOH @InfinityOutdoor ??? pic.twitter.com/DXaBsth59z— Roy Shepherd (@OOH_Roy) January 30, 2017