Prince’s Vault Containing 'Hundreds' of Unreleased Songs Reportedly Drilled Open


A vault that’s long be said to hold unreleased Prince music was drilled open at his home, according to ABC News.

via ABC:

Bremer Trust, the St. Cloud, Minnesota, company given temporary authority over Prince’s estate, opened the vault to which only Prince had the code, KSTP-TV added.

Previously, Prince spoke openly about his treasure trove of music on “The View.”

“One day, someone will release them. I don’t know that I’ll get to release them,” he said back in 2012. “There’s just so many.”

The seven-time Grammy Award winner reportedly left behind a vault containing so much music his estate could put out an album a year for the next century.

“We could put out more work in a month than most people could do in a year or more,” Susan Rogers, Prince’s former recording engineer, told ABC’s “Good Morning America.”

Rogers added that the vault in Prince’s Paisley Park home was a giant room with shelves that filled up quickly. The door to the vault was sealed with a large spinning wheel.


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