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General News / February 1, 2017

Stop what you’re doing, Prince’s music is coming to Spotify

General News / February 1, 2017

Stop what you’re doing, Prince’s music is coming to Spotify

Billboard have confirmed that all of Prince’s music will finally be available to stream on Spotify this month.

 

The iconic musician who died in April last year, only had music previously available to stream, exclusively on Jay Z’s Tidal.

His estate back in November sued Roc Nation for copyright infringement over Tidal’s streaming rights to the whole entire collection. Which then cause a falling out.

But good news for those of us that didn’t have Tidal! The back catalogue will officially be on Spotify from February 12th to coincide with a tribute performance at the Grammys as well.