Prince’s vault opened

LOS ANGELES: Temporary trustees of late pop icon Prince’s estate have forced open a vault, where the singer stored all his unreleased music.

The 57-year-old singer, who was found dead at his Paisley Park home in April, had hundreds of tracks stored in a sealed room at his estate, and trustees from Bremer Trust, who have been given temporary authority over Prince’s affairs as he left no will, have now gained access to the secured area of his house, reports

According to reports, only Prince had the code to access the vault, which was accessed by a spinning wheel, so the company had to call in locksmiths to drill through the lock and get the door open.

The bank had to move quickly to take inventory of the vault’s contents because they are legally responsible for safeguarding and handling all of the Little Red Corvette singer’s assets.