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originally posted by: Willtell
Michael Jackson’s heirs sold Michael’s tapes for 750 mil
originally posted by: Willtell
It’s inevitable and part of the modern paranoia program
That there will be numerous or voluminous conspiracies over Princes untimely death
Lets get the ball rolling
Illuminati record producers, chemtrail makers, Luciferians?
Prince didn’t get the freedom he wanted over his records after all they say here
And it seems Prince was into chemtrail research and Alex Jones
Wasn’t into drugs and a vegan…so what’s he doing skulking around a Walgreens in the middle of the night the night before his death
If he signed with a new label then he is still industry and the individual record companies would work out a deal and the deal probably was he can't use the name.
However, by the early 1990s, the relationship between Prince and Warner Bros. began to cool. After the success of “Diamonds and Pearls” (1991), Prince signed a six-album, USD$100 million contract with the record company. But the details of the contract led to a prolonged legal and creative battle concerning ownership of Prince’s entire Warner Bros. catalog. Under the contract, Warner Bros. received ownership of Prince’s body of work that he had produced for the company. For his part, Prince received a sudden influx of cash to continue working on recording projects at his Paisley Park Records studio in Minnesota. As Prince grew increasingly frustrated that he had surrendered the rights to his music, the artist began to rebel by publicly appearing with “Slave” written on his cheek. He also changed his name to a symbol, which occurred after the artist declared his former artistic self dead. To meet the recording demands of the contract–which dictated that Prince needed to produce new albums under the Warner Bros. name – he opted to release pre-recorded music to Warner Bros. His final release from this period, “Chaos and Disorder” (1996), is a hodgepodge of hastily-written songs that serve as a tongue-in-cheek rebuke to Warner Bros., while allowing the artist to fulfill his obligations to the company...
Given Prince’s public,prolonged dispute with Warner Bros., the damage may have seemed irreparable. However the two sides renewed their working relationship in 2014, a move that restored Prince’s ownership of his earlier Warner Bros. releases. Prince spent the last decade of his life fighting other areas of the music industry to ensure that his creative works were protected. In 2007, Prince and Universal Music sued a mother after she posted a video of her son dancing to a Prince song on YouTube.
All the black rhythm and blues, rock, pop people are dying. There are a few lesser musicians still going but the giants are dying and not being replaced
This will coarsen the public because music use to be primarily about love and rap music is about something else: defiance, crime, and self destruction
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originally posted by: TheConstruKctionofLight
To the 2 or 3 other posts that mentioned that Prince had over 1000 unpublished songs...one thing to bear in mind is that there is a reason why the songs remained unpublished. Maybe they were not of album "hit quality"; another thing to consider on average an album may have 8 - 12 songs. If he had 40 albums worth of songs its no big deal. If an album is released every 8-12 months do people really thing the music public tastes will not change over the next 40 years.
I mean seriously do people think before they type?