Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, Prince Royce & More Latin Stars React to Prince's Death: 'He Will Live Forever'

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Prince photographed on stage in 1984.

Jennifer Lopez, Ricky Martin, Prince Royce, Luis Fonsi, Fonseca and more Latin music stars took to social media to mourn the death of music icon Prince on Thursday (April 21).

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After learning about the music legend's sudden death at age 57, here are some of the heartfelt tributes posted by Latin artists:

 

R. i. P. #Prince

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Fonseca: "A giant has left. But music never dies."  

 

Se fue un GIGANTE. La Musica nunca muere. #Prince #PurpleRain

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Luis Fonsi: "Wow, one of the biggest has left. Rest in peace, maestro."  

Mau Y Ricky: "We were able to see him perform live. That was a blessing." 

Zion Y Lennox: "Rest in peace, Prince."  

Alejandro Sanz: "The prince of music has died. It's a sad day and a great loss. Thank you for your life."  

Chenoa: "So much pain. Always with you. RIP."  

Chiquis Rivera: "I have and will always be a fan."  

Julieta Venegas: "I am in shock, this can't be happening."  

 

Goodbye sweet Prince may you rest in peace ----

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Gaby Moreno: "My heart hurts."  

Juanes: "When I was younger, I'd stand in front of the mirror and play 'Let's Go Crazy' ... I felt like I was onstage and dreamed that one day I'd be able to sing. A few years ago, I had the pleasure of meeting him and see him in concerts. There is no doubt that one of the most talented musicians has left us, he was a genius." 

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