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.

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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."

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RIP 💖 

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