Prince's death left a legacy of music behind for many to enjoy and a lot of it you might not even know about.
FOX's Michelle Pollino reports:
Part of what Prince leaves us is not just his songs, but the chart topping hits he wrote for others:
(Bangles) "Just another manic Monday."
Prince gave the Bangles their first hit with 'Manic Monday' under the alias Christopher, 'Nothing Compares to You' was nominated for three Grammy awards.
(Prince) "Chaka Khan."
This song was on his first album in 1979, but it never seemed to get much play. Chaka Khan took it, added a rap opening and Stevie Wonder on the harmonica, and it won a Grammy for Prince, MC Hammers 'Pray', Alicia Keys 'How Come You Don't Call Me Anymore' and Sheila E's 'The Glamorous Life' all made the list.
Michelle Pollino, FOX News.
I met Prince on numerous occasions. He was an amazing talent and wonderful guy. He will be greatly missed!
-- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 22, 2016
My friend is gone...This is what it sounds like, when doves cry. He was my dove...Stevie Nicks
-- Stevie Nicks (@StevieNicks) April 21, 2016
Prince was a gift and a genius. He showed us that we have no limits. His music left me forever changed. ❤ https://t.co/AbZc3AGxny
-- Alicia Keys (@aliciakeys) April 21, 2016
Genius, legend, inspiration, friend. The world will miss you. I'll never get over it. pic.twitter.com/RXIZdfGNPw
-- Mariah Carey (@MariahCarey) April 21, 2016