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Prince's estate seeks to stop release of new music on anniversary of singer's death

Sydney Morning Herald Wednesday, 19 April 2017 ()
Prince's estate seeks to stop release of new music on anniversary of singer's deathPlans to release new music by Prince on Friday's one-year anniversary of the singer's death have been hit with a lawsuit claiming the works were stolen by his former sound engineer.
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