LOS ANGELES - FEBRUARY 22: Musician Prince performs onstage on February 22, 1985 for the 'Pruple Rain Tour' at the Los Angele
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Prolific music icon Prince passed away at age 57 on Thursday, April 21. The news arrived just days after the legend was hospitalized, following an emergency landing. He was found at his famous Paisley Park studios in Chanhassen, Minn.

Prince was notoriously strict about how his music could be consumed. He initially entirely dismissed the idea of online streaming, so finding his songs on the internet, even just to enjoy in his legacy, is no easy feat.

Unless you're a Tidal subscriber, that is, where Prince's entire discography—or at least a significant portion of it—resides.

For non-Tidal folk, though, the fine people at KCMP 89.3 FM, also known as The Current, the massively popular NPR station in Prince's native Minneapolis, are broadcasting his music and only his music. He had a special love for the station, so it seems fitting to listen to the songs he penned, as deejayed by people that he loved. Apple's Beats 1 radio is also streaming all Prince as of time of publication.

Listen to The Current here. Rest in power, Prince.

Our Prince music-video tribute Dearly Beloved premieres tonight, Thursday, April 21 at 7/6c, and repeats at 11/10c. Catch the Dearly Beloved tribute throughout the day on Friday, April 22. Find Fuse in your area with our Channel Finder.