Amidst the excitement of Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards, including a performance with his own band Thirty Seconds To Mars along with Travis Scott, Jared Leto took a moment to reflect on Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington and Sound Garden’s Chris Cornell, who both died this year.

Leto took to the stage to introduce footage of Linkin Park’s 2010 VMA performance, while reflecting on his friendship with the two artists. Speaking on the lasting impact of the two musicians, Leto encouraged viewers who felt like “there is no hope" to "reach out, share your thoughts, do not give up."

Revisit Thirty Second To Mars’ VMA performance below, and check out all the highlights from the 2017 edition right here.

In other music news, Frank Ocean premiered a new track called “Provider” during the latest episode of his blonded RADIO. Listen to it right here.

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