Last month, Linkin Park member Chester Bennington was found dead after committing suicide. Since his death, many fans and artists have shown much support and given praise for the frontman of the legendary group. His latest tribute came from the legendary Jay-Z himself. According to TMZ, the "Moonlight" rapper told the crowd, "Let's show some love for Chester tonight! Please make some noise so he can hear you all the way in heaven tonight." The gesture from Hov came at a performance during an event at "VFest." He also performed "Numb," which is a hit collaboration Jay and the group created back in 2004.

Jay-Z briefly retired after the release of his classic "Black Album" in 2003. Shortly after, he returned to music by doing a couple of collaboration albums with different artists. One, in particular, was a project with Linkin Park titled "Collision Course." The metal and hip-hop collaboration proved to be successful as the album received a double-platinum certification from the RIAA. During the album, was the only time Jay was able to work with the late Bennington. The edge of the album caused it to be the first album by the group that would contain a parental advisory sticker. The classic album reportedly took only four days to complete.

Death of Chester Bennington

The news of the death of Chester Bennington shook up the entertainment world.

His former bandmates, colleagues, and fans were all deeply saddened by his sudden death. Prior to his death, in May, he delivered a heartfelt performance that he dedicated to his friend, Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell. Like Chester, Cornell had committed suicide, and Bennington made sure he did something special for his late friend in his honor.

He also expressed his love for Cornell via Twitter.

"Your voice was joy and pain, anger and forgiveness, love and heartache all wrapped in one. I suppose that's what we all are. You helped me understand that."

Unfortunately, his life would too be cut short the same exact way as his good friend at the young age of 41.

The legacy that the metal star left behind

In the year of 2000, Bennington's Linkin Park band released the epic album "Hybrid Theory" that went on to sell over 10 million copies. The group has sold over 100 million copies worldwide for all of their projects and are one of the best selling artists of all-time. This year, Chester and the group enjoyed the release of their seventh studio album. The project was yet another Linkin Park album to debut in the U.S. at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. The success of the group solidifies that the legacy of Bennington will forever be remembered.