After the passing of Prince back in April many fans of the late singer wondered what would happen to some of his unreleased music.
Now fans will get to hear unreleased music, along with the re-release of some of his classic hits.
According to Complex, on Friday, NPG Records and Warner Bros announced the release of two new Prince albums. The first of the two albums to release will be,“Prince 4Ever,” which is scheduled to drop on November 22nd.
The project will consist of some of Prince’s classic hits such as, “When Doves Cry,” “Raspberry Beret,” and “I Wanna Be Your Lover.” Along with his classic hits the project will also include an unreleased song called, “Moonbeam Levels.”
The first album of the two will be a best-of called Prince 4Ever, which will be released on Nov. 22. But in addition to “When Doves Cry,” “Raspberry Beret,” and the like, the record will also contain a previously unreleased song called “Moonbeam Levels.” According to a statement issued by Warner Bros., the track was recorded in 1982 during the sessions for 1999. Prince 4Ever will also contain a booklet with never-before-seen photos by Herb Ritts.
The second album, planned for early 2017, will be a remastered, deluxe version of Purple Rain. That record, which was reportedly planned with Prince’s input, will come with a second album of previously unreleased material. Details of that project have not yet been released.