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Prince’s music finally will be available on streaming services

You don't need a Tidal subscription to party like it's 1999.

Feb 11, 2017, 3:06 pm

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Josh Katzowitz 

Josh Katzowitz

On the day of the Grammy Awards, Prince fans will get a nice little appetizer. That’s because the music of Prince, who died last April, will on Sunday finally be available to stream on a number of music services.

Previously, Prince’s music was available only on Tidal, in part because of his complicated relationship with the internet. But that all changes Sunday when his entire Warner Bros. catalog will be available. As Napster told NPR, “The rumors are true … music fans rejoice!”

NPR also reports that Amazon Music, iHeartRadio, and (possibly) Apple Music will stream the catalog, and according to Engadget, Spotify has confirmed it also will be joining the party.

Among the albums that should be available for streaming include 1999, Purple Rain, Dirty Mind, and Sign o’ the Times.

H/T NPR

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*First Published: Feb 11, 2017, 3:06 pm