Prince Estate Must Pay $1 Million To Continue Blocking New EP


( The Prince estate's legal challenge to the release of an EP titled Deliverance now has a $1 million price tag. Recording engineer Ian Boxill recorded six songs with Prince between 2006 and 2008.

He and the Rogue Music Alliance label possess those recordings and announced plans to release them on April 21, one year after the singer's death.

When Prince's estate got wind of the plans, attorneys obtained a restraining order blocking the project from reaching the public. A Minnesota federal judge has granted an extension to the restraining order as long as the Prince estate pays a $1 million bond, due May 12, reports Billboard. Upon payment, the order will last through May 22. Read more here. is an official news provider for
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