Prince's estate is finalizing a deal to put the late singer's greatest hits on Apple Music and Spotify.
The legendary singer's essence will be revived in more ways than one come Grammy-night next month. Currently, Prince's music catalogue is only available to stream on Tidal, though his estate sued the streaming company in November claiming they never cleared that, but soon all of the other major platforms will have a piece of the pie.
Billboard via Bloomberg reports Prince's music will no longer live exclusively on Tidal. His estate reportedly inked a deal with Universal Music Publishing with access to his entire catalog, though it is believed his biggest singles will make their way onto Apple Music and Spotify first.
They report: "Prince’s estate signed a publishing administration deal in November with Universal Music Publishing for the artist’s entire catalog, which helps clear the way for a wider streaming arrangement."
Not only will Prince fans get mainstream access to his music on Grammy night, but they have a star-studded tribute to look forward to. Rumor has it The Weeknd, Rihanna and Bruno Mars were approached to participate in a Prince tribute for the show.