Shelves and boxes full of unreleased writings and photos from Prince have been uncovered by the Prince Estate, according to TMZ. Paisley Park Enterprises, the merchandising arm of the Prince Estate, has filed paperwork to reportedly produce content with this never-before-seen material. Documents show the merchandising could include a collector's book of Prince’s handwritten lyrics, poetry, unreleased photos, and journals. This news comes the day after the two-year anniversary of the icon’s death.
A collectors book of Prince’s unreleased material would join a slew of content that has surfaced in the wake of the singer’s death two years ago. Just last week, the original rendition of Prince’s track “Nothing Compares 2 U,” was released by the Prince Estate alongside unreleased rehearsal footage.
His estate also brought back the concept of the Hit N Run online shop where official merch and limited edition, picture disk vinyl is available for purchase, and launched www.Prince2Me.com, an interactive site for fans to share their appreciation for the iconic artist, as well as learn more about his legacy.
Last Thursday, the Carver County Attorney in Minnesota announced they cannot file any charges involving the death of Prince, who died of an accidental fentanyl overdose two years ago. "There is no evidence that the pill or pills that actually killed Prince were prescribed by a doctor. There is also no evidence to suggest any other sinister motive, intent or conspiracy to murder Prince," attorney Mark Metz said.