Back in the heady days of 2004, Jay-Z and Linkin Park collaborated on an EP, Collision Course, which has had massively outsized cultural influence considering what it was: six mashups of existing tunes from both artists.
JAY-Z is now in support of his album 4:44.
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Meanwhile, a descendant of Jefferson Davis said he supports moving the statues to appropriate settings, such as museums . The monument was located at the Duke Chapel alongside nine other historical figures, the Associated Press reports.
Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda shared a clip of the performance, along with a simple message of LP's own for Mr. Carter: "We appreciate you".
According to Metro, JAY-Z asked the crowd to make some noise for Chester, "so he can hear you in heaven". He then launched into a performance of "Numb/Encore", a track that has hasn't been included in a Hov concert set since the early part of this decade.
The Brooklyn rapper performed the first of two headline slots for the festival at Staffordshire's Weston Park last night, and will perform his second scheduled headline show in Chelmsford's Hylands Park later tonight (August 20). Watch Jay's tribute below but excuse the quality of audio.
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