Prince’s estate launch weekly series of rare and unseen music videos

Watch the first seven unearthed clips now

Prince‘s estate have launched a new weekly series that will see rare and unseen music videos from the star be released.

The clips will be taken from the musician’s work between 1995 and 2010, and will arrive in batches sorted by album. The videos will be available on all streaming services.

Three videos from 1995’s ‘The Gold Experience‘ and 1996’s ‘Chaos And Disorder‘ albums have been shared today (November 5) to kickstart the series, which will run until December 14.


Fans of the Purple One can now watch the video for ‘Endorphinmachine’, which was previously released as a hidden treasure on the 1994 CD-Rom video game Interactive.

Rock And Roll Is Alive! (And It Lives In Minneapolis)’ was previously only shown as part of VH1’s Love 4 One Another special in 1997, and features Prince and his band performing at Paisley Park. ‘Dolphin’, meanwhile, was the first video to be played on VH1 Europe in September 1994.

The musician’s estate has also shared ‘Eye Hate U’, ‘Gold’, ‘Dinner With Dolores’, and ‘The Same December’ today.


The full schedule for upcoming releases is as follows:

November 9

From ‘Emancipation’
‘Betcha By Golly Wow!’
‘Somebody’s Somebody’
‘The Holy River’
‘Face Down’

November 16

From ‘Crystal Ball’

From ‘Rave Un2 The Joy Fantastic/Rave In2 The Joy Fantastic’
‘The Greatest Romance Ever Sold’
‘Hot Wit U’ (feat. Eve) – Nasty Girl remix

November 23

From ‘Chocolate Invasion’
‘U Make My Sun Shine’ (feat. Angie Stone)

November 30

From ‘Musicology’
‘Call My Name’
‘Cinnamon Girl’

From ‘3121’
‘Black Sweat’
‘Te Amo Corazón’

December 7

From ‘Planet Earth’
‘Chelsea Rogers’
‘Somewhere Here On Earth’
‘The One U Wanna C’

December 14

‘Crimson And Clover’

‘Chocolate Box’ (feat. Q-Tip)

Last month, it was announced Prince would be the focus of a new multi-part Netflix documentary directed by Ava DuVernay.

The filmmaker has reportedly already been working on the series for several months. It will cover the star’s entire life and has been given the green light by his estate, who have granted their full co-operation.

Video footage, images and interviews will be included, with DuVernay being given access to the late icon’s extensive archive.