The LPs, all released in the mid-2000s, will come out on Sony's Legacy Recordings in February.
Earlier this summer, the late icon's estate struck a deal with Sony Music to reissue 35 albums recorded between 1978 and 2015. The latest batch features three LPs originally released in the mid-2000s. They'll hit the shelves on February 8th, 2019, through Sony's Legacy Recordings.
3121, the first Prince album to hit the Billboard No.1 since 1989, came out in 2004, while Musicology, which includes the two Grammy Award-winning tracks "Musicology" and "Call My Name," landed in 2006. Planet Earth, on the other hand, has never had an official release—it was given away for free in 2007 via UK newspaper The Mail On Sunday. (Prince was promoting a 21-date residency at London's O2 Arena at the time.)
In addition to physical releases, Prince's estate also recently struck a deal with streaming platforms such as YouTube, Spotify and Apple Music to host 23 albums, release dates ranging from 1995 to 2010. The artist's music was previously unavailable online.
Listen to tracks from Musicology, 3121 and Planet Earth.