Did the late, great Purple One predict the Black Lives Matter global revolution would kick off in his home town of Minnisota?
Fans are suggesting Prince will be 'looking down from heaven' today on the fourth anniverary of his death 'with a knowing look'.
The world is still reeling from the ongoing reactions to the in-custody death of George Floyd.
Prince, who famously named his group “The Revolution”, penned the lyrics: “Peace is more than the absence of war. We’re tired of the cryin’ and people dyin” and how “If there ain’t no justice then there ain’t no peace.”
He also addressed social justice activism when he was known as 'The Artist Formerly Known As Prince' with the song: “We March.” He sang about “the same avenue my ancestors fought to liberate” before offering up a chorus with no uncertain terms: “Next time we march (Whoa) / We’re kickin’ down the door / Next time we march (Whoa) / All is what we’re marchin’ for.”