The sister of late pop superstar Prince has promised fans the musician’s vast collection of unreleased music will be made public.
Tyka Nelson said the US singer-songwriter, who died in April 2016 aged 57 “always wanted people to hear his music”.
Prince was renowned across the music industry for building up a vault of unreleased albums and reportedly held more than 50 fully produced music videos which are yet to see the light of day.
Nelson was speaking as she announced the first official retrospective exhibition celebrating her brother’s legacy and showcasing hundreds of never-before-seen artefact.
Nelson said the My Name is Prince exhibition, which will run at The O2 in London for just three weeks, will give fans an opportunity to “feel and see” the musician.
It includes Prince’s diamond studded cane from 2015, a raspberry beret cloud suit from 1985 and the Gibson L65 guitar he used on his national television debut on American Bandstand in 1980. PA