There are few artists whose life and legacy produce a global outpouring of grief like Prince. Today, the iconic pop star died at the age of 57, after struggling with flu-like symptoms over the past few weeks. We’ll remember him for his baroque sense of style, his inimitable mastery of psychedelic rock and funk, and his powerful, ever-jubilant spirit. Prince touched the lives of countless Latino creatives, and his influence transcends the music community, reaching into the worlds of fashion and art. He worked with dozens of Latinos, including the famed drummer Sheila E., ex-wife and former bandleader Mayte Garcia, and vocalist Bria Valente. Here’s how the Latino community is grieving the loss of a music legend.

Long live the king.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda

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Gloria Estefan

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Jackie Cruz

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Goodbye sweet Prince may you rest in peace

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Guillermo del Toro

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Gina Rodriguez

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Jarina de Marco

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Goodnight sweet prince. #rip

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El Dante

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Gael García Bernal

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Mario Lopez

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Edward James Olmos

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Gaby Moreno

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Empress Of

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Speakz

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Neil deGrasse Tyson

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Tei Shi

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Sebastian Krys

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DJ Camilo

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ANOTHER KING HAD LEFT US! RIP #Prince

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Karla Souza

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Bonnz

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George Lopez

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Diane Guerrero

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Helado Negro

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Geko Jones

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Kool A.D.

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Angie Martinez

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Eva Longoria

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B-Real

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Paulo Coelho

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