Streaming giant TIDAL is putting big respect on Prince‘s name. The digital powerhouse has remembered his legacy with a slew of iconic throwback performances.
Long Live Prince
On Tuesday, TIDAL saluted his legacy on its social media pages. In addition to saluting the pop icon, the entertainment platform announced it had some of his most unforgettable performances available to stream.
We lost a legend 4 years ago. Relive #Prince in all his glory on TIDAL. Check out his iconic performances on his live video essentials playlist now. Link in bio. (Featured: Prince – “Purple Rain” Live at Paisley Park, 1999). -TIDAL’s Instagram
Tune In Tonight
In a few hours, TV network CBS is slated to air a star-studded “Let’s Got Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince” special. The 9 PM ET broadcast will feature a bunch of high-profile entertainers including Usher and H.E.R.
On Tuesday, Let’s Go Crazy: The Grammy Salute to Prince will air on CBS at 9 p.m. local time, marking the four-year anniversary of Prince’s death. The star-studded tribute was taped on Jan. 28, just two days after the 62nd annual Grammy Awards. The special, hosted by Maya Rudolph, features performances from fellow musicians including John Legend, Usher, H.E.R., Gary Clark Jr., Miguel, Chris Martin, Susanna Hoff, Morris Day and The Time along with Dave Grohl and more. Alicia Keys also makes an appearance. (People)
Wait, There’s More
Back in 2017, R&B singer Beyoncé showed Prince some major love and attention. She shared a compilation video of herself donning tons of fashion drip with Prince and The Revolution‘s “Kiss” classic playing in the background.
Before You Go
The late music icon lost his life a few years before he would have turned 60. Reports ultimately confirmed he died from a drug overdose.
Prince died at the age of 57, when he was found alone and unresponsive in his Paisley Park estate on April 21 in 2016. Shortly after his death, it was confirmed that he died from an opioid overdose. The star was found to have fentanyl in his system – which is 50 times more powerful than heroin. (NME)