Prince’s estate has agreed to put the “majority” of his music from the 1990s and 2000s on streaming services, according to Rolling Stone. Services like Apple Music and Spotify now have access to 23 late-era Prince albums, including Crystal Ball, Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic, Musicology, Planet Earth, and 20Ten. Customers will also have access to Prince Anthology: 1995 – 2010, which compiles the highlights of the rerelease. Streaming services previously only had access to the late artist’s earlier works, including Dirty Mind, Purple Rain, and Sign o’ the Times. The rerelease is the result of a deal struck between Sony and Prince’s estate in June. The artist had a hostile relationship with streaming services at times, and even pulled his music from all platforms except Tidal in 2015. His estate permitted select compilations and LPs to be available for streaming in 2017 after the icon’s death.