Back in April 21st, A federal judge in Minneapolis has put a stop to Friday’s release of six previously unpublished Prince songs.
U.S. District Judge Wilhelmina Wright late Wednesday granted a temporary restraining order to stop sound engineer George Ian Boxill from releasing the EP Deliverance and ordered him to return the recordings to the singer’s estate.
Here’s an update on the situation.
Paisley Park Enterprises and Comerica Bank & Trust, representative of Prince’s estate, were granted a preliminary injunction banning Prince’s former sound engineer George Ian Boxill from publishing any unreleased recordings by the late pop star. Paisley Park Enterprises is a corporation that Prince owned, which is now run by his estate.