Prince has claimed he takes a laidback approach to filesharing, saying he think it's "cool" fans share his music - as long as they don't sell them for their own profit.
Speaking during his press conference at singer Lianne La Havas' house on Tuesday (February 4), The Purple One denied reports he had filed a $22 million lawsuit against 22 internet users who shared videos of his live performances online.
"Nobody sues their fans," he told the BBC. "I have some bootlegs of Lianne but I wouldn't sell them. But fans sharing music with each other, that's cool ... But when you hear something [on bootleg] you're just hearing something that's not finished."
The musician also revealed he has a number of unheard recordings which he may release in the future. "A song from 1985 might come out in 2021. I have a whole organisation who look after stuff," he said.
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Prince is currently taking London by storm, appearing at Lianne La Havas' house for a press conference before playing intimate, surprise shows in Camden on Tuesday and Wednesday (February 5).
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