Much like the 46a, you wait a while for a new Prince album and two come along at once.
Prince will release his 37th and 38th records on September 29th next, marking his return to Warner Bros Records - the label he split from 18 years ago in less than friendly circumstances.
While fences seem to be well and truly mended at this point, Prince's previous alliance with Warner ended in the most public of fashions with Prince changing his name to a symbol in attempt to contravene his recording contract.
All seems rosy now though, at least according to Warner chairman and CEO Cameron Strang who said: "Prince is one of just a handful of visionary artists who have truly reshaped and redefined modern music and culture. For the past 35 years, he has never stopped evolving, challenging himself, reinventing his sound, and pushing boundaries. In true Prince fashion, he has just given us not one, but two extraordinary albums that express the incredible range and depth of his talent."
Art Official Age is described as a "classic Prince album", a contemporary concoction of soul, R&B and funk while PlectrumElectrum is more of a band record with 3rdEyeGirl providing most of the music.
We wait with baited breath.