09 Jul PRINCE Is A Free Agent As He & Universal End Publishing Deal
PRINCE and Universal Music Publishing have reached a mutual agreement in terminating their long standing publishing deal, Kiran Sharma announced this morning. The deal may have ended weeks ago but an announcement was not made until today.
PRINCE is also not signed to any record labels as well and considers himself a free agent when Drfunkenberry spoke to him about this late last month.
Sharma added “this is a great opportunity for PRINCE to consider fresh and new ideas for all his music.”
PRINCE expressed interest in trying new mediums to release music and relished in being totally a free agent.
PRINCE’s publishing is quite vast, spanning 35 years of hit music for himself and many hits for others. His hit albums include but are not limited to are: Musicology, 1999, Sign O’ The Times, Diamonds and Pearls, Parade, Around the World in a Day, Emancipation, Purple Rain, and the Batman Soundtrack.
He is currently producing the new Andy Allo “Superconductor” record set for release later this year.-DocFB
Question: In what new medium would you like to see PRINCE’s music released?