Legendary musician Prince died Thursday morning at his home. He was 57 and died at his Paisley Park residence in Chanhassen, Minnesota. Earlier reports had indicated that the music icon, full name Prince Rogers Nelson, was sick with the flu earlier this month and was even rushed to a hospital after his plane made an emergency landing. No cause of death was immediately announced. Prince sold tens of millions of albums worldwide in a career that spanned several decades. The artist rose to superstar status with the release of his landmark album "Purple Rain." That album sold millions of copies and spent 24 consecutive weeks at the top of the Billboard 200, in part because of songs "When Doves Cry" and "Let's Go Crazy." Prince had so much unreleased music that his estate could issue an album per year for a century after his death. In 2004, Prince was inducted into the Rock and Roll of Fame, which hailed him as a musical and social trailblazer.