This is an album that has never been in the remaining music library of the singer’s legend.
new York- Since Prince died unexpectedly in 2016, the singer’s legacy will release a complete but never heard legendary legacy music library record for the first time.
So far, the property has been concentrated in re-releases of some of the biggest albums in Prince’s career, such as “1999” and “Sign o’The Times”, or in a collection of “Originals” composed of demos of singers.Become popular with other artists
But on July 30, the 12 album “Welcome 2 America” recorded at Prince’s Paisley Park Studios in 2010 will finally become a reality.
The heirs called it “Welcome 2 America” in the announcement, which is “a document of the Prince’s concerns, hopes and visions for a constantly changing society that foretells political divisions, misinformation, and struggles for racial justice. New Era”. The album involved “golden parachutes, the superficial nature of social media, the celebrity culture dominated by reality TV shows, and the corporate monopoly in the music industry, and finally came to the conclusion that the United States is the’land of freedom/home of slaves'”.
In keeping with the news, the songs on the album include titles such as “Running Game (Son of the Slave Owner)”, “Born 2 Die” and “One Day We Will All B Free”. In the title track, the prince sings:
From 2010 to 2012, Prince performed more than 80 shows on the tour of the same name, but he never explained why he missed the “Welcome to America 2” album.
Since the singer died of an accidental overdose of opioid analgesics five years ago, this road has been a difficult road for the estate. Prince (Prince) is known for his meticulous career, including retaining most of his music ownership, but he did not leave any will. The prince was determined to have six family members eligible to be heirs, although one of them was a half-brother and has since passed away.