Beyoncé Pays Tribute to Prince During the Miami Stop of Her "Formation" World Tour

She plays "Purple Rain" for the entire crowd.

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Beyoncé is slaying her performance at Marlins Park in Miami right now.

Her setlist is a mix of classic tracks from her catalogue, as well as new material from her latest visual album LEMONADE. In the latter half of her set, the Queen decided to pay tribute to Prince by playing his song “Purple Rain.” Check out some of the videos below.

The entire stadium felt it, Beyoncé paying tribute to Prince. 💜💜💜 #FormationWorldTour

— Beysus † Godga (@gagalovesbey) April 28, 2016

@djnasty305 @DJNAILZ @99JAMZ #Formation tour the Queen paid tribute to the PRINCE🔱

— Qshindo James (@QshindoJ) April 28, 2016

Prince has been honored by many artists after he passed away at his Paisley Park home last Thursday at age 57. The likes of D’Angelo, LCD Soundsystem, Mavis Staples, Joey Bada$$and more have dedicated a moment in their performances to pay respects to the musical icon.

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