The pieces are from 23 albums from 1995 ( The Gold Experience ) until 2010 ( 20Ten ) and from a new compilation that was made for the occasion.
The rightful owners of the artist, who opposed the broad online distribution of his music, found an agreement with the label Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music.
"Many of these albums, so long awaited by the admirers and collectors, are being offered for the first time in streaming and downloading and adding more than 300 pieces of Prince to his online catalog," Legacy said in a statement.
Since the sudden death of the singer in April In 2016, his heirs (brothers and sisters) came together with the three largest record companies, Sony, Universal and Warner, to market the albums of the so-called Minneapolis Kid.
For the most part back from him, Prince was strongly opposed to the practices of the music industry. In the mid-nineties he closed the door of Warner before he showed himself with the word Slavic (slave) written on the cheek.
The specialized magazine Variety note however, one of Prince's biggest hits from this period, the song The most beautiful girl in the world does not belong to the pieces on Friday have been released. According to an anonymous source, the piece is in dispute.