Reps. Keith EllisonKeith Maurice EllisonFormer Sanders aides launch consulting firm Minnesota AG will defend state's abortion restrictions despite personal views Hillicon Valley: House panel advances election security bill | GOP senator targets YouTube with bill on child exploitation | Hicks told Congress Trump camp felt 'relief' after release of Clinton docs | Commerce blacklists five Chinese tech groups MORE (D-Minn.) and Joe CrowleyJoseph (Joe) CrowleyOcasio-Cortez chief of staff to leave her office Ocasio-Cortez about as well known as top Democrats: poll Boehner won't say whether he'd back Biden over Trump MORE (D-N.Y.) engaged in a sing-off on Twitter Wednesday to celebrate popular songs from Prince.

Ellison was the first to post his rendition of Prince's “Purple Rain” to mark the song's 30th anniversary.

Crowley later tweeted a video clip of him playing Prince’s “Raspberry Beret,” which Crowley said he prefers more than “Purple Rain.”

Ellison then asked Crowley when they’ll “jam.”

Crowley said he was ready to play together, and proposed singing something by Bruce Springsteen.