By OnMilwaukee Staff Writers   Published Apr 23, 2016 at 11:21 AM

This week we pay tribute to Prince with some of the best links that honor his artistry, music and legacy. Let's take some time to remember the man – as if we could ever forget.

    1. Creeper: This cover of Prince covering Radiohead's "Creep" has been hidden for years to those who were not in attendance at Coachella in 2008. Now, you can watch this eight minute miracle. []
    2. Rule breaker: Prince broke lots of boundaries – including what an American black man should be. []
    3. Pop culture kicker: Prince wasn't having Kim Kardashian on his stage, no way. []
    4. The loss: Our own Matt Mueller shared his poignant thoughts on why Prince was like no other – and some of his best moments ever. []
    5. Soft side: See a different side of Prince as he takes "Starfish and Coffee" to another place with the Muppets. [Facebook]
    6. The purple touch: The purple minded genius not only wrote hits for himself, he wrote them for tons of other musicians, too. Here are 15 great ones. []
    7. Hometown love: Thousands took to the streets to show their love for the purple Prince. Watch the video now. []
    8. That ass: That time Prince gave a song to the Violent Femmes about that ass. Literally. []
    9. The secret man: There are many things the world never really knew about Prince – such as his comedic skills. Read about them. []
    10. Purple love: Even cocktails in Milwaukee have gone purple this weekend. []
    11. Love and basketball: The game of basketball united Prince with millions of people around the world though many didn't know it. []
    12. Manic Monday: We all know "Manic Monday" by The Bangles, but the song is best done by the original author The Prince. []
    13. Light it up: Milwaukee's sky is lighting up in tribute to The Prince too. Even the billboards. []
    14. Listen to it: Local DJ Erich Meier paid tribute all night long Thursday night at The Garage with a plethora of hits both written or performed by The Prince. Listen to the first ninety minutes. []
    15. No one better: The Replacements frontman Paul Westerberg was a teenage punk-rocker when he had his first life-altering experience listening to Prince. He reflects on the icon here. []
    16. Color Purple: The cast and crew of The Color Purple pay homage and take you to church. []