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New exhibition gives fans chance to “feel and see” Prince

Tyka Nelson, the sister of late pop superstar Prince, has promised fans the musician’s vast collection of unreleased music will be made public.

Prince was renowned for building up a vault of unreleased albums and reportedly held more than 50 fully produced music videos which are yet to see the light of day.

Today it was announced that the first official retrospective exhibition will run at The O2 in London for three weeks, giving fans an opportunity to “feel and see” the musician.

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It will feature an array instruments, outfits, and handwritten lyrics with some items leaving his famed Minnesota estate, Paisley Park, for the first time ever.

The 21-day exhibition reflects Prince’s 21 record-breaking concerts at The O2 in 2007.

My Name Is Prince will run at The O2 in London from October 27 with tickets on sale from August 25.

Additional reporting by Press Association.