The late Prince's back catalogue of ''unreleased gems'' is set to be released by Warner Bros.

The 'Raspberry Beret' hitmaker - who tragically died in April last year aged 57 - is set to have the vaults of his Paisley Park mansion opened by Warner Bros in a bid to uncover two full albums, which have yet to be released and remain unheard, as well as a re-mastered version of his 1984 hit single 'Purple Rain'.

Pitchfork has released a statement from the record company to announce the news. It read: ''When we make any of Prince's music available to fans - from the hits to unreleased gems - we are committed to upholding Prince's high creative standards.''

And Warner Bros believe the musician's fans will be ''thrilled'' when they can listen to the tracks.

They continued: ''And we know fans will be thrilled when they hear these albums and see these films.''

However, the vocalists devoted supporters won't have to wait too long to hear the exclusive songs as they will all be released on June 9.

This news comes after Prince's full catalogue of music was made available on all streaming sites, including Apple Music and Spotify on Sunday (12.02.17) to coincide with the 2017 Grammy Awards.