Prince's iconic Paisley Park has long been a mystery to the average person, but now we've been given a look inside at all its wonders.
The Blast obtained photos from inside The Purple One's $10 million, 65,000-square-foot Chanhassen, Minnesota estate, giving us insight into how Prince lived from day-to-day.
The photos were taken as part of the investigation into the singer's death.
The shots include his multiple studios, where he created many of his iconic songs. A clear piano displayed in one of the rooms is a reminder of Prince's legacy. Lining the walls are dozens of awards, including his Grammys, VMAs, Peoples Choice Awards and more.
Also, covering the walls is his memorabilia and guitars.
Prince even has several rooms where the walls are lined with portraits and clippings from the coverage of his career in the media.
We're also able to check out his garage full of cool vintage cars. The legendary singer had everything from an old white limo, purple Prowler and aqua Bentley to the iconic motorcycle from "Purple Rain" and beyond.
And an obvious one, Prince had a lot of clothes. The "1999" singer's room was covered in garments and his purple bathroom was full of beauty products.
The Blast also obtained photos inside his insane home vault.