Prince only visited Oklahoma twice and he never stopped in Tulsa, but he left a lasting impact through his music.
Multiple Scripps owned radio stations are honoring the pop icon after his death, playing one of his songs every hour.
DJs remembering Prince for his experimental spirit and focus on peace and love.
Also giving credit to his original style that paved the way for modern day artists like Beyonce and Bruno Mars.
“When you play Prince on a classic rock station, his music still sounds different than anything else we are playing,” Dave Austin, 92.5 Bob FM said.
There are some public tributes popping up around town.
Like one in front of University United Methodist Church citing lyrics from his hit song ‘Let’s Go Crazy.’