Report: Prince's unreleased music to be played at Paisley Park event

Report: Prince's unreleased music to be played at Paisley Park event

According to Rolling Stone, Prince's unreleased music will be played at his annual tribute event in Paisley Park. 

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Each year, Prince fans gather in remembrance of him at private estate, Paisley Park. The park is described as 'a place where art, music, fashion, and culture are celebrated and inspired by the visionary creative spirit of Prince'.

At this year's event, Rolling Stone states that the park will 'crack open his vault of unreleased music' during the event. 

Music Times reports that the vault has thousands of unreleased tracks from the star. 

The event is scheduled to take place during Prince's birth month, from June 9 to 11. Prince was on 7 June 1958 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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More about Prince

Prince helped shape the music landscape in the 1980s. 

He became famous after releasing his studio album, '1999'. 

Later on, he released 'Purple Rain', which led to him becoming a global star. The song became the soundtrack for the popular film of the same name.

His singles, 'When Doves Cry' and 'Let's Go Crazy', also became a favourite for many of his fans.

He died on 21 April 2016 from an accidental drug overdose.

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