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So We Might Not Be Getting More Prince Music After All

A Minnesota judge has blocked the release of Prince’s posthumous EP, “Deliverance,” over a legal dispute between the late singer’s estate and the sound engineer who distributed his new music. George Ian Boxill, who co-wrote and co-produced the new songs with Prince, announced the release of the EP on Wednesday ahead of the one-year anniversary of the singer’s death. After making the title-track single available for streaming, Paisley Park and the artist’s estate promptly filed a lawsuit against Boxill for violating a confidentiality agreement and orchestrating the unauthorized sale of new music.
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