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Prince’s Estate Sues Producer Of New EP Deliverance

April 19, 2017 | Posted by Joseph Lee

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TMZ reports that Prince’s estate is attempting to block the release of a new EP of five songs, suing the producer who is trying to release them.

They claim producer George Ian Boxill signed a confidentiality agreement when he recorded the songs between 2006 and 2008. The agreement reportedly said that all songs “would remain Prince’s sole and exclusive property.” Boxill also allegedly agreed that he “would not use any recordings or property in any way whatsoever.” The estate demanded the songs be returned to them in March but Boxill didn’t do it. The estate claims the music’s release hurts their business and “deprives Prince (and now the estate) from choosing what is released to the public and when.”

They want the EP’s release blocked and the songs returned to the estate. One song is already available on iTunes and four more will arrive on Friday, the anniversary of Prince’s death.

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