For the eighth consecutive year, writer, director, and proud son of Brooklyn Spike Lee threw a big party to celebrate the life of Michael Jackson, who would have been 60 this year.

Held on Saturday, crowds of fans flocked to Stuyvesant Avenue between Lexington Avenue and Quincy Street—a.k.a. "Do The Right Thing Way"—to dance, sing, and show off some moves. Check out some videos below.

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#BKLOVESMJ Meets #ARNSTAR ‼️‼️‼️🔥🔥🔥👟👟👟 #Moonwalk Meets #JohnOClap • • We Love You Mike ❤️4ever in Our Hearts #MJ4Ever Thank You @OfficialSpikeLee For Providing Such A Space & a Place To Honor Someone As Great as Yourself‼️ Major Blessings On You 🤲🏽🤲🏽🤲🏽 @DjSpinna We Goin Straight To The Top Family‼️ • • #MJ #MichaelJackson #MoonWalker #TheKinGandi #ThrillerDance #DanceLife #DanceOrDie #Litefeet #HarlemShake #NYDance #HenderScheme #MJFan #MJFans #WorldChangers #WaffleNYC #DJSpinna #40acresAndaMule #SpikeLee @40acresandamulefilmworks 🎥@AnthonyRamosOfficial What’s Goody Bro‼️ Thanks For The Love KinG 🤴🏽‼️

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A Michael Jackson prodigy #Michaeljacksonblockparty

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BlacKkKlansman star John David Washington—the son of Denzel Washington— was on hand:

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The Star of Blackkklansman John David Washington #BKLovesMJ

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And singer-songwriter Erykah Badu also came out.

Badu paid tribute to Aretha Franklin, too:

There was a wee MJ fan who won the prize for best #BKlovesMJ photo. His mother said Lee slid into her DMs to tell her about the win and invited them to the VIP tent to pick up the prize... they had already left the event when the winner was announced!

City Council Member Robert Cornegy made an appearance and told constituents, "We’re incredibly happy about the people that we serve. And a little bit sad about the gentrification in the community, but we’re fighting hard to make sure there’s affordable housing for everybody, so you can stay in Bed-Stuy," according to Kings County Politics, which also noted that the Rev. Al Sharpton joked about seeing BlacKkKlansman five times "because Spike needed the money." Sharpton also showed off:

Lee wrote on Sunday, "I Want To Thank Everyone For An Epic 8th Annual BK💜MJ Block Party On A Sun Drenched Beautiful Day In Da People’s Republic Of Brooklyn. Love Shout Out To Queen Badu Who Guided Da Folks In A Moving Tribute To Queen Franklin. DJ Spinna Wuz On Fire On His Wheels Of Steel,Co-Host Anthony Ramos Was Keeping Da Folks Motivated. A Great Day. We Showed Our Love For Michael Joseph Jackson. HEE HEE HEE."