This February 10, 2013 file photo shows musician Prince as he presents the winner for Record of the Year during the 55th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California. AFP PHOTO Joe KLAMAR
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US pop star Prince will release two new albums at the end of September, his record label said on Tuesday, marking the end of one of the longest-running employment disputes in musical history.Following a reconciliation with the record label announced in April, two albums -- "Art Official Age" and "Plectrumelectrum -- will be released on September 30, the label said on its website.The second is by Prince's new band 3RDEYEGIRL consisting of guitarist Donna Grantis, drummer Hannah Ford Welton and bassist Ida Nielsen.Prior to Prince's reconciliation with Warner Bros., he had used his own NPG Records label to release his more recent records.Under his new record deal, a digitally remastered deluxe edition of "Purple Rain" will also be released to mark the album's 30th anniversary.
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