Prince's Estate Gets Legal With Sound Engineer Recordings

Prince’s Estate Gets Legal With Sound Engineer Recordings

According to Prince’s estate, a sound engineer who worked with the musician on five tracks in 2006 is threatening to release the unpublished material. The Estate claims he has no right to do so.
In conjunction with Paisley Park Enterprises they have sued George Ian Boxill, alleging he’s trying to exploit the songs for personal gain. They say Boxill has no right to the recordings. They’re demanding he return them.
Attorneys for Boxill didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
According to court documents the recordings, including one called “Deliverance,” are worth more than $75,000.
Prince died on April 21 of a drug overdose.–Prince%20Estate-Lawsuit/id-b72ce60742f74e198ce42f991befeda3


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