A vault at Prince's Paisley Park home has been drilled open, revealing a shocking amount of his unreleased music.
Prince left behind so much unreleased material that his estate could release one album every year for a century, ABC News reports.
Prince spoke about his vault full of music for years leading up to his death.
"One day, someone will release them," the legendary musician said in a 2012 interview on "The View."
"I don't know that I'll get to release them," he continued. "There's just so many."
"We could put out more work in a month than most people could do in a year or more," Prince's former recording engineer Susan Rogers told Good Morning America.
Bremer Trust had access to Prince's vault, but since only he knew the code, the company was forced to drill the door open, US Weekly reports.
Bremer Trust was given temporary authority after it was revealed that the musician did not leave behind a valid will.
Prince's estate is reported to be worth roughly $300 million.