The death of Prince has affected singer Chaka Khan deeply. The two were close friends. His passing even inspired her and her sister to enter rehab last month. Khan covered Prince’s “I Feel For You” in 1985, however, she’s been noticeably absent from all Prince tributes. She told the St. Louis Post Dispatch that the reason for the absence is she’s still in  mourning. She added that she’s considering performing at the official Prince tribute on Oct. 13 in Minneapolis, and there’s more. She’s planning a personal tribute of her own. While Khan didn’t state specifically what she has planned, she did say that she’ll check her calendar to see what’s going on currently. She added that she’d also like to record a Joni Mitchell tribute album. Fans will soon be able to see where Prince lived  and worked when his Paisley Park estate in Chanhassen, Minnesota opens to the public for tours this fall. The trust company that runs Elvis Pressley’s Graceland announced that starting Oct. 6, fans will have the opportunity to tour the 65,000 square foot complex. Fans will be able to see the recording studios where Prince recorded some of his biggest hits as well as the soundstage where he rehearsed for tours and hosted exclusive private concerts. Fans will also get to see his personal memorabilia, including automobiles, motorcycles, musical instruments, his artwork, and see rare videos and hear rare music. Tickets can be purchased for $38.50, while VIP tours will be offered to small groups priced at $100 or more. The tours will last about 70 minutes, beginning every 10 minutes, and each group is expected to include 25-30 guests. Last night, rapper Young Thug took over social media site You Tube’s New York office to premier his latest  project, “No, My Name Is Jeffrey”, and the Atlanta rapper and 300 Entertainment CEO Lyor Cohen received a warm welcome from fans and  industry taskmasters. Wearing plenty of jewelry and Balmain, the MC sat down with boss and mentor Cohen, who interviewed his elusive signee about his mixtape’s jaw dropping cover and changing his stage name to his government name for the live streamed event. The 2016 MTV Video Music Awards will distribute Moonmen to the music industry’s brightest stars this Sunday in a ceremony at Madison Square Garden in New  York City. While voting is done by fans across the country, the ceremony could be a repeat of the 2012 Grammy awards if Adele sweeps with her single “Hello.” However, Beyoncé fans have a chance to help Queen Bey take home trophies for her “Lemonade” singles “Formation” and “Hold Up.” Drake shouldn’t be forgotten either, as he’s been dancing all over the internet thanks to memes for his “Hotline Bling” visual. The MTV Video Music Awards will air Sunday at 9 p.m. EST on MTV.