Prince’s 2016 death from an accidental fentanyl overdose at the age of 57 left a void for millions of adoring listeners worldwide. Yet as the singer once said: “Electric word, life / it means forever and that’s a mighty long time / But I’m here to tell you there’s something else / the afterworld.” 

The past few years have indeed provided “a world of never ending happiness”—with new access to unreleased material from the singer’s legendary vault. Prince’s estate has curated several collections of unreleased demos and expanded versions of classic records, such as the eight-disc and DVD Sign o’ the Times (Super Deluxe Edition), released last year.

On July 30, his estate will release Welcome 2 America, an album Prince recorded in 2010 and then mysteriously shelved. And on July 9, Paisley Park, his longtime recording studio and home…

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