Here are some of Prince's most memorable performances:
When the rain anointed him during his NFL halftime performance of "Purple Rain." He didn't let the downpour stop him from bringing the heat (in a head scarf).
But we can't forget one of his most memorable performances of that very song.
Or when he slayed alongside Queen Bey at the 2004 Grammy's!
Prince & Beyoncé - Purple Rain Medley Grammys 2004 #RIPPrincehttps://t.co/gba2US3MsF — Frank White (@fioyb) April 21, 2016
Only Prince was worthy enough to perform alongside both The King of Pop and James Brown at the same damn time.
As well as Stevie Wonder (whose song Prince took to new heights).
Flash forward to his recent Welcome 2 America tour.
A moment of silence for that time he shared the stage with Lenny Kravitz.
Also, when his guitar solo showed us that his Hall of Fame induction was well-deserved (not that we ever doubted him).
Enjoy this throwback to when he was on The Arsenio Hall Show!
Then, when he reminded the world that his powers had the ability to also bring beauty to the work of other artists
He didn't even need to be on stage to electrify our hearts.
RIP Prince I hope you're partying like it's 1999 in heaven...pic.twitter.com/Uciaa0CBQE — \❤️ზοડ (@IL0VEthe80s) April 21, 2016
All of his performances were simply amazing.
Prince was undeniably one of the biggest performers of the history. His death is a huge loss for musichttps://t.co/a5smWXCzuW— Music News & Facts (@musicnews_facts) April 21, 2016
This one will probably live with us forever; Prince's last performance of "Purple Rain."
We weren't supposed to use phones at Prince in ATL last week, but I couldn't resist. Last performance of Purple Rain pic.twitter.com/6FjkJTksJO — Jake Reuse (@ReuseRecruiting) April 21, 2016