On Saturday, May 9th, “The Real King of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” Little Richard, passed away at age 87. While his cause of death was unknown, his career and the legacy he left behind has sparked an outpouring of tributes from those impacted by his passing.

Known for his infectious stage presence, piano skills, and iconic vocals, Little Richard began turning heads in the mid-’50s with his smash hit, “Tutti Frutti”. Subsequent hits like “Long Tall Sally”, “Rip It Up”, “Lucille”, “Good Golly Miss Molly”, and countless others solidified his place in rock ‘n’ roll history.

His illustrious, 35-year career not only impacted millions of fans across the globe but influenced a generation of music lovers and musicians. As news of his passing spread, artists from all walks of life spoke out about his impact, shared videos of their collaborations, and posted tributes to the rock ‘n’ roll legend. Everyone from Tom Morello to Joan Jett, Michelle Obama to Jon Bon JoviJimmy Page to Bob DylanMick Jagger to Questlove, and even “The Rocket Man” himself, Elton John, all took to the internet to pay homage to Little Richard.

Below are just some of the countless artists and public figures that shared their thoughts on his passing.

Bob Dylan Thanks Little Richard During Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of  Fame Induction Speech

[Video: Jefferson Davis]

Little Richard – “I Can’t Turn You Loose” – Rolling Stones Rock ‘N’ Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

[Video: Tim Walter]

Low Cut Connie – Little Richard Tribue Show

[Video: Low Cut Connie]