Spike Lee Threw a Massive Brooklyn Block Party to Celebrate Prince

A sea of purple and love.

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The world is still shocked and heartbroken about news of Prince's death on April 21, and communities across the country celebrated the iconic musician—including Brooklyn, New York.

Director Spike Lee threw a massive block party at 40 Acres in Fort Greene as a celebration of Prince's life, and the crowd was enormous. 

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🙏🏽 RIP Prince

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Fans wore purple (naturally), and—as reported by Vulture—spent the evening singing along to Prince songs like "Little Red Corvette," "I Wanna be Your Lover," and "If I Was Your Girlfriend."


RIP 💖 

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