He may be gone but Prince and his music legacy will live on. His estate and Legacy Recordings, the catalogue division of Sony Music Entertainment, have partnered up to launch a weekly release of his rarely seen music videos.
In a press release, the Prince estate says that they want to “continue efforts to reunite the artist’s music on all digital services.”
On November 2, music videos from 1995 to 2010 became available for fans to enjoy on all streaming services.
The first round of videos includes songs from 1995’s The Gold Experience and 1996’s Chaos And Disorder, like “Endorphinmachine,” “Dolphin” and “Eye Hate U”.
Fans can look forward to music videos for “Somebody’s Somebody”, “The Holy River” and “Face Down”, which will be available between Nov. 9 and Dec. 14.
These new visuals come just after August’s wide digital release of the Prince catalogue titles from 1995 to 2010.
Here is the release schedule:
from Gold Experience
Rock and Roll Is Alive! (And It Lives In Minneapolis)
Eye Hate U
from Chaos and Disorder
Dinner With Delores
The Same December
Betcha By Golly Wow!
The Holy River
from Crystal Ball
from Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic/Rave In2 The Joy Fantastic
The Greatest Romance Ever Sold
Hot Wit U (feat. Eve) – Nasty Girl Remix
from Chocolate Invasion
U Make My Sun Shine (feat. Angie Stone)
Call My Name
Te Amo Corazón
from Planet Earth
Somewhere Here On Earth
The One U Wanna C
Crimson and Clover
Chocolate Box (feat. Q-Tip)