Prince announced Monday that he is set to release a solo album called “Art Official Age” and a collaboration project with his all-female group 3RDEYEGIRL’s debut album.
The news comes after Prince re-signed with Warner Bros. Records after 18 years and a legal dispute that led him to changing his name to just a symbol.
In an official press release, Prince’s album release “will also be marked by a series of very special events” that are set to take place around the world, “to be confirmed shortly.”
Warner Bros. Records Chairman & CEO Cameron Strang said in a statement: “Prince is one of just a handful of visionary artists who have truly reshaped and redefined modern music and culture. For the past 35 years, he has never stopped evolving, challenging himself, reinventing his sound, and pushing boundaries. In true Prince fashion, he has just given us not one, but two extraordinary albums that express the incredible range and depth of his talent.”
Prince recently toured Europe and the UK with his new group 3RDEYEGIRL, which includes Donna Grantis on guitar, Hannah Ford Welton on drums and Ida Nielsen on bass.
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