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Prince fans marked the fifth anniversary of his death from inside Paisley Park studio, where the pop superstar lived and worked in the small city of Chanhassen, Minnesota, on April 21.
Some of the fans wore custom Prince clothes and shoes and left flowers and other mementos as tributes to the late musician.
Around 1,400 people snagged free reservations to the event inside the studio’s atrium. Other fans paid their respects in front of a statue outside the front doors. The statue was in the shape of Prince’s famous purple Love Symbol.
“He reached me through his music and through his words and everything. My daughters, I raised them with the love of Prince,” said Raquel Ponce of Mason City, Iowa.
The sprawling studio was turned into a museum in October 2016, around six months after Prince died of an accidental fentanyl overdose at age 57. (AP)
This article was provided by The Japan Times Alpha.