On the second anniversary of his passing, Prince's estate launched a brand-new discography website which has catalogued every single piece of music he's ever officially released or produced in one repository.
The website - princeestate.com - comes off the back of the release of Prince's original recording of Nothing Compares 2 U, the song which Sinead O'Connor eventually released and became her biggest-selling hit.
As well as snippets of quotes and anecdotes from each and every recording - for example, the first song Prince learned on the piano was the '60s Batman theme, which was the reason he agreed to do the soundtrack for the 1989 movie - the website also includes official videos for some of his most famous songs. On top of this, there's also a pop-up online store, endless amounts of never-before-seen photos, every official video Prince ever released and probably most tantalising of all, the promise that much more will be coming soon from Prince's infamous vault.
In the meantime, here's a few of the aforementioned videos that are now available on the site and Prince's official YouTube channel.