Prince apparently had several unreleased recordings locked away in an archive called the Vault.
Following the sudden death of the musician, the Vault has been drilled open by Bremer Bank, the St Cloud, Minnesota, institution Prince trusted with his finances over the years. The late musician was the only one with the code, reported ABC News.
It has been said that the vault is a giant room with shelves sealed with a large spinning wheel.
Prince was found unresponsive in an elevator on April 21 after sheriff’s deputies received a call for medical help from his Paisley Park Studios home outside Minneapolis. He was 57.
Prince’s sister Tyka Nelson previously revealed that her famous brother did not have a will in place to declare the distribution of his assets.