Fans of music legend Prince got a chance to enjoy some of his talents through streaming services starting last year. Even though he’d removed his catalog from many digital platforms in 2015, a posthumous deal brought his Warner Bros catalog to streaming services in February 2017. Although that included several of his most famous hits, Prince’s estate has secured the rights to the later portion of his catalog. Now, most of his discography from the 1990s and 2000s has arrived on streaming services.
Twenty-three albums from the prolific performer have joined streaming programming, including Musicology and Crystal Ball. In addition, his estate has also released a curated compilation album called Prince Anthology: 1995-2010 that includes highlights from that period.