Prince may have used multiple aliases to stock up on pain pills to feed his opioid addiction, according to reports.

The night before his death on April 21, the artist traveled six miles from his Paisley Park home to pick up prescription meds in Minnetonka — passing eight other pharmacies along the way, TMZ said.

Prince’s family members told TMZ they were worried he was frequenting several pharmacies under different names and seeing separate doctors, including a “personal friend,” to cover his prescription paper trail.

His Royal Badness reportedly visited various Walgreens pharmacies in Minneapolis four times in the week leading up to his death at 57.

Police raided one of the stores Friday.Prince knew he was hooked on Percocet — prescribed for his severe hip pain — and attended an unnamed rehab, Minneapolis station KSTP 5 reported.

Officials have yet to release a cause of death.