Prince’s music is officially returning to streaming services this Sunday, NPR reports. A press release sent by Napster and received by NPR confirms rumors that Prince’s Warner Bros. catalog, which has classic albums like Purple Rain, 1999, Sign O’ the Times, and Dirty Mind, will be put onto streaming services the same day as the Grammys.
They are yet to announce what time on Sunday the music will be released.
Prince’s discography has not been available on any streaming platform, except for Tidal, since 2015.
Today, Universal Music Group announced that it signed a deal with Prince’s estate to manage Prince’s non-Warner Bros. NPG Records catalog along with unreleased material, Billboard reports. This will begin going towards the future release of music from Prince’s legendary vault of recordings from his career.