Just in time for the Grammys’, for the last two year’s Prince’s catalog has been streaming exclusively on TIDAL, but all of that has come to an end..
Warner Bros. has struck a deal to bring his music to Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, and other prominent streaming platforms.
According to Consequence of Sound:
A release date is set for February 12th to coincide with the Grammy Awards. “The switch gets turned on for everybody during the Grammys,” a source told the Post, which adds that the deal covers Prince’s Warner Bros. releases. Music outside of his Warner contract, including unreleased albums are still being negotiated, the Post adds.
While a formal announcement is still forthcoming, Spotify hinted at the news on Monday with cryptic, purple subway and billboard ads in cities like New York and London.
Along with his music arriving across all streaming platforms, 2017 also promises to give fans a new Prince documentary, a four-day Prince festival at Paisley Park, and yes — even delicious scrambled eggs courtesy of The High Priest of Pop himself.