It’s a good day for Prodigy fans. The late rapper’s entire solo catalog has returned to streaming services.

The Mobb Deep member’s estate announced the move Friday, about three years after his solo records were pulled from all DSPs and digital marketplaces. Prodigy’s family, who runs his estate, said the removal was due to their legal dispute with the artist’s former associates. Thanks to a new deal with ADA, Warner Music Group’s independent distribution arm, fans can now revisit Prodigy’s work on all major platforms. 

“We are extremely thankful to all the fans for understanding the circumstances that our family had to professionally control at a time of grief, and for the kind words of encouragement we received from many of you” a representative of the estate said in a press release. “We would also like to thank the community of hip hop artists who came together to help us assemble Prodigy’s last projects. The music belongs to all of you and we are glad we can make it available again and forever.”

The Mobb Deep member released his debut solo album, H.N.I.C. (Head N***a in Charge) in 2000, and unleashed its sequels H.N.I.C. 2 and H.N.I.C. 3 in 2008 and 2012. He went on to drop The Bumpy Johnson Album in 2012 and Hegelian Dialectic (The Book of Revelation) in 2017; the latter of which arrived just five months before his death at age 42.

“In life and death, Prodigy’s impact on the culture and music remains transcendent,” said chairman of the NorthStar Group, L. Londell McMillan, Esq. “It’s an honor to work with the Estate of my friend Prodigy, and others who knew and loved Prodigy, as we protect his legacy and return his  catalogue back to the marketplace worldwide. So much more to come.”

In conjunction with Prodigy’s catalog release, the estate has announced the rapper’s forthcoming track “You Will See”—the lead single off his posthumous album The Hegelian Dialectic: The Book of Heroine. The song will arrive June 10, while the album is expected to drop sometime this summer.

While we wait for more details on The Book of Heroine, you can stream and/or purchase Prodigy’s solo records now on Tidal, Apple Music, and Spotify. The latter platform has also launched a special Fans First activation, which offers first access to exclusive merch.