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New collection of unreleased material by legendary singer Prince has been removed from online streaming services due to legal trouble.
The 'Deliverance' album that was announced with the title track available for early streaming has was removed from iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon Music and Google Play, reported Billboard.
The news comes in after The "Purple Rain" singer's estate landed in legal soup.
Prince's property handlers requested a judge to block the album's release in conjunction with a lawsuit it filed against the EP's producer, sound engineer George Ian Boxill for control of its tracks.
'Deliverance' included six previously unheard tracks recorded by the singer from 2006-2008 and the album was supposed to be available for physically sale on June 2.
Prince died from fentanyl overdose on April 21, 2016, at the age of 57.
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