It has been more than a week since Prince's death shocked and rocked the music world. But rumor has it we haven't heard the last of his music.
Apparently a huge vault wit unreleased songs from the iconic singer has been unlocked, ABC News revealed Friday.
Bremer Trust of St. Cloud, Minnesota is said to be the company who opened it.
News of the now unlocked vault has caused a vintage interview Prince did with The View to resurface. When speaking to the ladies back in 2012, he opened up about the vault and might not be surprised that it has been unlocked.
"One day, someone will release them. I don't know that I'll get to release them.There's just so many."
He was definitely right about that. His former recording engineer Susan Rogers revealed just how much music was stored away in the vault.
We could put out more work in a month than most people could do in a year or more," she told Good Morning America this week.
She also described the vault as a massive room with multiple shelves that Prince had no problem filling up quickly with potential hits.
Prince had released 39 studio albums during his career along with multiple successful other projects.
This is the latest update in Prince's passing: whose cause of death is still uncertain. Other updates have confirmed he didn't have a will. There is still no word on who will receive his estate. Be sure to keep up with Enstars on the latest on Prince and your favorite celebrities.