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Linkin Park Celebrity Channel

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Few artists effortlessly blend genres, emotions, and ideas with a voice as signature as Linkin Park's. This channel features the biggest genre-bending hits of their career and a selection of tracks personally chosen by the band.

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Linkin Park

Linkin Park is an outlier. The band’s risky creative choices—swinging wildly from song to song, album to album—are a hallmark of their career. Few artists effortlessly blend genres, emotions, and ideas with a voice as signature as Linkin Park's. They are, after all, the architects of the inimitable “Hybrid Theory,” the only band proven to be as at-home on stage with Jay-Z as with Metallica, Steve Aoki, and Paul McCartney.

For any career artist, making new material matter can be the biggest challenge. Inspiration is a fickle thing, and past success often draws a bar that is hard to overcome. But once in a while, unexpectedly, lightning strikes—and an artist we think we know goes somewhere we didn’t know was possible.

Miraculously, Linkin Park’s seventh studio album One More Light does just that. And it doesn’t achieve it by being louder or bigger, more avant garde or more dramatic.

It achieves it by being more human.

Artists

Linkin Park
Jay-Z
Louis The Child
Kehlani
Blackbear
Phantogram
Steve Aoki
Imagine Dragons
Stormzy
Post Malone

Chart

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I Doubt It
Travis Mills feat. Blackbear & Skizzy Mars
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A Light That Never Comes
Linkin Park feat. Steve Aoki
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Strange Enough
Vérité
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Lean On (CRNKN Remix)
Major Lazer feat. MØ & DJ Snake
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Money on Me
Snakehips feat. Anderson .Paak
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Do You Remember (Noah Breakfast Remix)
Jarryd James
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Wrong (Salvatore Ganacci Remix)
Zayn feat. Kehlani
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Shoot ‘Em Down
Mod Sun feat. Machine Gun Kelly & Blackbear
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Congratulations
Post Malone feat. Quavo
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Love Is Alive
Louis The Child feat. Elohim