WATCH: Springsteen Honors Prince With Moving Rendition of ‘Purple Rain’ During Brooklyn Concert


Tributes to music giant Prince have been pouring out since his untimely death Thursday at the age of 57. Bruce Springsteen, a music legend in his own right, sang a moving tribute at the beginning of his concert in Brooklyn,

A YouTube video shows the Boss bathed in purple light and singing Prince’s timeless ballad, “Purple Rain” at the Barclays Center.

Prince’s remains were cremated Saturday in a private ceremony for those closest to him, NBC reported. A “musical celebration” of his life is in the works for the public.

Watch the performance, as posted to YouTube, here:

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