Sources say the singer’s estate is closing in on streaming deals.
Prince worked famously hard to keep his music off streaming platforms, but that may finally change as sources say his estate is closing in on streaming deals with Spotify and Apple Music, Bloomburg reports.
It may happen soon too, as the anonymous source says the estate is trying to wrap up the deal before the Grammys in February. The event, and the expectedly enormous tribute to Prince, will be promotional powerhouses making it the ideal time to take advantage of streaming opportunities.
Though Prince allowed some music to appear on Tidal (a deal that ended in a lawsuit), most of his catalog has been unavailable for streaming.
The Grammys are scheduled to air on February 12.
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