By Amanda Wicks

In the wake of Prince’s death, artists of all different styles have paid tribute to the iconic musician by playing their favorite tunes by him. There have been a bevy of classics like “Purple Rain” and “Little Red Corvette,” but one song in particular has gotten quiet though no less important love from D’Angelo and now Coldplay.

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Coldplay shared a video of Chris Martin performing Prince’s “Sometimes It Snows in April” with English folk singer Lianne La Havas at Copenhagen’s Telia Parken last night (July 6). The band as a whole sits out the tribute, letting La Havas’ acoustic guitar provide the only backing.

Although the crowd appreciates Martin’s at-time shaky but still steady vocals, they absolutely go wild when La Havas approaches the mic and lays down her singular style. It’s a sentimental moment honoring one of music’s greatest.

Check out the clip below.

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