After rumors, and not-so-subtle hints, that Prince's music would soon be available on major streaming services, NPR reports that Prince's catalog will be available on their streaming platforms on Sunday night after the 59th Annual Grammy Awards, where Prince will also be honored with tribute performances.
Prince was notoriously against streaming and removed his music from most streaming services during his life. Previously, Prince's catalog has only been available on TIDAL.
Update (2/10 5:09 p.m.): A representative for Spotify has confirmed to The FADER that Prince's Warner Bros. catalog — which includes albums such as Purple Rain, 1999, Sign O' the Times, and Dirty Mind — will be available on their streaming platform on Sunday.
A representative for Apple Music declined to comment to The FADER.