No One Else is an unreleased track recorded in 2006, at Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota. The song completes the four-song "Man Opera" consisting of I Am, Touch Me, Sunrise Sunset and No One Else, and it includes reprises of both Touch Me and Sunrise Sunset within the song. All these songs were tentatively placed on an early configuration of Planet Earth in May 2007.
In 2017, timed with the first anniversary of Prince's death, engineer Ian Boxill wanted to make an EP available titled Deliverance, including Deliverance, I Am, Touch Me, Sunrise Sunset, No One Else, and I Am (Extended). This would have featured the original songs, overdubbed and remixed by Boxill. Prince's estate filed and won a lawsuit to halt this release and for the original masters to be returned to the state. Therefor the EP Deliverance is considered an unofficial bootleg release, with the versions of the songs on it unofficial remixes. As such, the songs are considered unreleased, despite their short availability on mainstream music sites.
The song was recorded around the same time that Prince began performing the Amel Larrieux song of the same name (see No One Else for details), possibly prompting the title, but the songs are otherwise unrelated.