The Purple One may be gone, but his legacy continues to live on.
Stevie Wonder and Chaka Khan headlined a star-studded tribute concert to Prince, nearly six months after the music legend's death.
On Thursday, the singers took the stage at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota to duet on Prince's I Feel for You. The duo then performed the late singer's hit 1999, getting the sold-out audience partying like it was, well… 1999.
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Other stars in the lineup were Tori Kelly, Doug E. Fresh, Judith Hill, and Jessie J — who joined as a last minute replacement after Christina Aguilera canceled due to a "vocal illness."
The celebration also included a message from President Obama, who kicked off the event in a video message praising the music icon, saying:
"Thank you, Prince … for all the great work that you've done. You'll be in our hearts forever."
Ch-ch-check out some fan footage of the show (below)!
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