Reps. Keith EllisonKeith Maurice EllisonMinnesota lawmakers blast pharmaceutical industry lawsuit over insulin affordability law OVERNIGHT ENERGY: DOJ whistleblower says California emissions probe was 'abuse of authority' | EPA won't defend policy blocking grantees from serving on boards | Minnesota sues Exxon, others over climate change Minnesota sues Exxon, others over climate change MORE (D-Minn.) and Joe CrowleyJoseph (Joe) CrowleyBowman declares victory over Engel in New York primary as votes still counted Progressives riding high as votes tabulated in NY, Kentucky The Hill's Campaign Report: Primary night in Kentucky and New York 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.