Prince's Sister Talks About Honoring Her Brother's Unreleased Music Vault
Prince's vault was held under lock and key for the entirety of his career, but there are now rumours that the megastar's music collection will be made available to his fans. In an interview with The Sun, the musician's sister Tyka revealed that the musician had always wanted the unreleased tracks to be heard. 'I want what Prince wants,' she said. All must be preserved.'
'Don't worry, we'll release it as soon as we can,' she continued. The vault, which is located at the star's popular Paisley Park Studios, is said to contain thousands of unreleased albums, as well as concert videos, samples, and new versions of classic songs.
Tyka revealed that Prince's philanthropic work included ambitions to own and run a school, honoring her brother's wishes by releasing the content. ‘Prince was also looking for a school.
‘He wanted a music school in north Minneapolis for underprivileged kids who wanted to play music, and he told me his mission was the school,' she said before revealing: ‘He wanted a music school in north Minneapolis for underprivileged kids who wanted to play music, and he told me his mission was the school.'