Prince‘s estate has dropped an official visual for “Manic Monday,” a single originally written for and released by The Bangles in 1985. The footage for the video is made up of archival rehearsal clips showing Prince and his band mates working on dance routines.
The video follows the posthumous release of Originals, a 15-song album comprised of songs Prince wrote for other artists. In addition to “Manic Monday,” additional hit singles include Sheila E’s “The Glamorous Life” and Kenny Rogers’ “You’re My Life.” Fourteen of the songs were previously unreleased.
Universal bought the exclusive rights to Prince’s music in 2017, less than a year after the musician died at the age of 57 from an accidental overdose of fentanyl . The deal was made with the Estate of Prince Rogers Nelson and NPG Records, a record label founded by Prince.
Check out the visual below.