On Tuesday, it was announced that a new five-track collection of unheard Prince studio recordings from 2006–2008 called Deliverance would be released on Friday, coinciding with the one year anniversary of the icon’s death. The announcement came with the release of a single of the same name, but the next day it was all removed from digital services when Prince’s estate and Paisley Park Enterprises filed a lawsuit against sound engineer George Ian Boxill.
Now, “Deliverance” is back for sale with the label behind the project — RMA (Rogue Music Alliance) — claiming the ruling does not apply to the single.
Matthew Wilson, attorney for RMA said in a statement. “The court order has not enjoined the released single ‘Deliverance.’ Therefore the ‘Deliverance’ single will continue to be sold.”