It's hard to believe that it has already been a month since the world lost one of its most iconic musicians. For decades, Prince and his music have touched the hearts of fans near and far. Beyoncé, Pearl Jam, Bruce Springsteen, and Little Big Town are just a few of many A-listers who've gone out of their way to pay homage to The Purple One at their concerts and through social media—though nothing quite tops this spectacular tribute by a small but mighty L.A. based tap dancing group, The Syncopated Ladies.
Founded by decorated choreographer and internationally acclaimed tap dancer Chloe Arnold, the Syncopated Ladies use their fierce footwork to honor the late star in their latest ensemble. "Salute the artist," they caption the video. "From 1958 to infinity... We will always remember!"
The dance routine is set to Prince's 1984 hit, "When Doves Cry," a perfect song choice—and just like the legend himself, the choreography is sexy, passionate, and unexpected. With their unparalleled talent and unique feminine style, these ladies have been putting the sexy back in tap dancing for quite some time now.
You can also catch their mesmerizing routines to today's hits like "Where Have You Been" by Rihanna and "My Love" by Justin Timberlake. Even Queen Bey approved of their talent, sharing a video of their invigorating performance to her hit single, "Formation." The video now has over 6 million views on Facebook.