HOLLYWOOD, CA - JANUARY 29: Executive producer Stan Lee (L) and actor Chadwick Boseman at the Los Angeles World Premiere of Marvel Studios' BLACK PANTHER at Dolby Theatre on January 29, 2018 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jesse Grant/Getty Images for Disney)

Chadwick Boseman is bidding farewell to Black Panther (and many more Marvel characters) co-creator Stan Lee, who died on Monday. Many have shared their tributes to Stan throughout the week and yesterday, Boseman sent the Marvel legend into the next life with a sweet message and a musical performance.

“I know how much you loved Joan,” Boseman wrote on Twitter and Instagram. “The only way we should send you home is to celebrate. @TheRealStanLee #whatalife #missyouonthedocks #missyoubackstage #wakandaforever.”

The social media posts featured a video of Boseman playing djembe drums in honor of Stan “The Man.”

This was really great. It is wonderful that Boseman chose to create art in dedication to a man who created so much in his life that the world will enjoy for as long as we’re all around telling stories.