— Hernán Orjuela (@hernanorjuela) February 13, 2017
The music industry (and the world in general) is still recovering from the tragic death of Prince nearly a year later, and thankfully the tribute to his legacy at the Grammys was everything fans could've hoped for. Morris Day and The Time kicked things off with an electric performance of "Jungle Love" that immediately had people in the audience jumping to their feet to do the "Jungle Love" dance from Purple Rain. They also did "The Bird," before Bruno Mars took the stage for the second time that night. With Prince's symbol glowing behind him, he performed "Let's Go Crazy" decked out in in a sparkly purple blazer, a ruffly white shirt, and a white Prince electric guitar that he busted out an epic solo on. The Purple One would no doubt be proud.
— Mashable (@mashable) February 13, 2017
— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) February 13, 2017