Earlier today, Prince died at the age of 57 in Paisley Park Studios in Chanhassen, Minnesota. His talent was limitless: he was a singer, guitar player, record producer, actor, movie director, sexual chameleon, ping-pong enthusiast, and fashion icon. And, as you know if you've read Questlove's excellent 2013 memoir Mo' Meta Blues, he was a brilliant roller skater.
Prince's love of roller skating isn't exactly a well-documented part of his persona. For one thing, it's incredibly difficult to find a photo of Prince roller-skating. Save for the song "Strollin'," off his 1991 album Diamonds and Pearls, on which he sings, "We could rent some roller skates / We could skate around the lake," his discography isn't exactly packed with roller-rink references. The only evidence we really have is Quest's incredible story (read it here).