Linkin Park's Carpool Karaoke, dedicated to Chester Bennington

Watch Linkin Park's Carpool Karaoke filmed 6 days before Chester Bennington's death

On Thursday, Apple Music and Linkin Park chose to release the Carpool Karaoke video that the rock band and comedian Ken Jeong had filmed together in July, about a week before frontman Chester Bennington's death.

But right now, Linkin Park fans are just thrilled to get to see footage of frontman Chester Bennington heartily joking with his bandmates and guest host Ken Jeong - in a segment shot just six days before his June 20 suicide. The group published the 24-minute episode on its Facebook page saying it was doing so with the blessing of his family.

After the taping, Linkin Park tweeted out a photo of them with Jeong and said they had a fun day, to which Jeong wrote, "Lin-Ken Park". Then Bennington, Jeong, and the band launch into Outkast's "Hey Ya!", before singing several of the group's hits, including "Numb". They also dedicate the video "to the memory of Chester". "It feels like a band already".

Bennington committed suicide on July 20 (US Time). Bennington left behind his six children and wife Talinda Bennington.

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The coroner ruled that Bennington, 41, had apparently hanged himself. "Where does the music come from?' I want them to find whatever it is".

The episode ends with by pointing people towards Linkin Park's recently-established One More Light Fund at, which is now raising money for residents in Texas, Florida and the Caribbean to help them recover from the enormous damage caused by hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.

The band also directed viewers to the One More Light fund, created in Bennington's memory.

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