The holy grail of all things Prince. The Paisley Park vault containing a collection of Prince’s unreleased recordings was recently drilled open by the company given temporary custody over his estate, Minneapolis' ABC News affiliate KSTP-TV reports.
Inside, there is enough music to release an album a year for the next century, according to the station.
“We could put out more work in a month than most people could do in a year or more,” Susan Rogers, Prince’s former recording engineer, told Good Morning America, noting that the music legend had produced volumes of work in the ‘80s.
Bremer Trust was the company that forcibly opened the vault, to which only Prince had the code.
It was given temporary authority over the Chanhassen, Minnesota, estate after authorities discovered that the “Purple Rain” singer had died without a valid will.
As previously reported, the value of Prince’s estate is estimated to be about $300 million.
According to TMZ, his assets could be divided among his living brothers and sisters — Tyka Nelson, John Nelson, Norrine Nelson, Sharon Nelson, Alfred Jackson and Omarr Baker.
Prince was divorced at the time of the death, from ex-wife Manuela Testolini, and had no children.