After his death, Prince‘s popularity has only swelled and it seems like fans simply can’t get enough of the eclectic legend.

In recent news, Paisley Park Enterprises (the merchandising division of Prince’s estate) announced that it has filed paperwork to release original material from Prince’s archive including unreleased, handwritten lyrics and poetry. According to SPIN, “the book could also include never-before-seen photos and journals from Prince’s estate.”

In addition, Prince’s estate also announced, “an immersive annotated discography website highlighting the incomparable breadth and depth of Prince’s recorded catalogue, featuring audio previews, photos, videos, quotes and editorial commentary.”

Saturday (April 21) marked the two-year anniversary of Prince’s death, and news of the forthcoming book came after investigators announced that there was not enough evidence to pursue criminal charges. The controversial decision has drawn the ire of many because of the presence of deadly, fentanyl-laced Vicodin in Prince’s toxicology report.

With the pain still fresh in their hearts, Prince fans are relieved to hear some good news regarding the late-great star. To add more hype to the forthcoming memoir, photos were also released of a vault which contains shelves of music, many of which was unreleased.

Over the next several years, it’s likely that fans will see a slew of releases chronicling the life of Prince. The hope is that they’ll get an even more intimate portrait of the elusive star, and not focus exclusively on the uncertainty surrounding his death.

Check out an unreleased version of “Nothing Compares 2 U,” also released recently by Prince’s estate as “previously unseen rehearsal footage of Prince & The Revolution from the summer of 1984,” below.