A New EP of Unreleased Prince Songs Will Be Released

A New EP of Unreleased Prince Songs Will Be Released

The EP is being released one year after his death.

The EP is being released one year after his death.

Text: Alice Ly

A new EP of unreleased Prince tracks will be released April 21. Titled Deliverance, the record features songs co-written and co-produced by Prince and Ian Boxill, who previously collaborated with the singer between 2006-2008. The songs were mixed and completed by Boxill after Prince's death, last year.

The title track, "Deliverance" is now available for download on Apple Music and iTunes. Along with the title track, the EP includes medleys titled, "I Am," "Touch Me", "Sunrise Sunset," "No One Else," and "I Am (Extended)."

The tracks were written while Prince was producing music as an independent artist. The EP will be released by Vancouver indie-based label RMA, where according to the press release, a majority of profits will go to Prince's estate.

Deliverance arrives after news of search warrants have been unsealed, providing more insight into the musician's death from an accidental overdose of painkillers, which required a doctor's prescription.

More information about the EP can be found here. Listen to the sample of the title-track below.

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