(FILES) Prince presents an award at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles in this February 8, 2015, file photo. AFP PHOTO/ROBYN BECK/FILES
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Pop icon Prince has opened a new chapter in his fraught relationship with the Internet as he suddenly pulled his music from most streaming services.The sole streaming service that still carried the "Purple Rain" legend's music as of early Thursday was Tidal, which was re-launched this year by rap mogul Jay Z.Prince was an early enthusiast of online music but in 2010 declared that the Internet was "completely over" and released an album only as a CD insert to several European newspapers.
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