The Vault Filled With Unreleased Music Of Legendary Star Prince Has Been Broken Open
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Legendary Star Prince Has Been Broken Open
Rogers added that the vault in Prince's Paisley Park home was a giant room with shelves that filled up quickly. The door to the vault was sealed with a large spinning wheel.
hey report that the only way to get into the vault was to drill it open as only the singer knew the code.
Speaking about his unreleased music, Prince previously said: “One day someone will release them. I don’t know if I will get to release them.
"There’s just so many and I like writing new stuff and we do new stuff all the time.”
While his former sound engineer, Susan Rodgers, said there’s endless amounts of music hidden in the vault.
"When I left in 87, it was nearly full,” she explained.
She added : “Row after row of everything we’d done. I can’t imagine what they’ve done since then.”
Earlier this week a Minnesota judge appointed the bank to safeguard the estate, and scheduled a probate hearing after the performer's sister said he left no known will.
It's though his assets will be divided between his brothers and sisters, though it's since be revealed that his grand-niece Victoria stands to inherit one-seventh of the singer's estate.
Los Angeles based Heir Hunters International explained: "In researching Prince’s family tree, Heir Hunters International traced the family of Prince’s Half blood brother, Duane Joseph Nelson, who died in March of 2011.
"Duane Joseph Nelson fathered a son, Duane “Casper” Joseph Nelson Jr. who predeceased his father, dying unexpectedly in December of 2005 at the age of 26.