By Eric Renner Brown
May 13, 2015 at 08:26 PM EDT
Paul Drinkwater/NBC file

Prince has been outspoken about the recent nationwide protests surrounding police brutality and the deaths of Freddie Gray, Eric Garner, and Michael Brown. He released a tribute track, “Baltimore,” over the weekend and has performed two recent “Dance Rally 4 Peace” shows—on May 2 at his Paisley Park studio outside of Minneapolis and on May 10 at Royal Farmers Arena in Baltimore itself. Now the R&B icon has released the complete 41-minute recording of his Paisley Park set.

Prince ended the performance by telling the crowd, “Do me a favor and take care of each other, all right? It don’t matter the color. We are all family.”

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