Whether it was the collab album Collision Course with Jay Z or their chart-smashing debut Hybrid Theory, Linkin Park has been able to keep a dedicated fan base for a number of years and is arguably one of the most iconic bands of the early to mid-2000s. Even now, the band is finding ways to stay relevant in the music scene, this time by featuring both Pusha T and Stormzy in its new video for “Good Goodbye.”
The video features Mike Shinoda and Chester Bennington singing in what appears to be a warehouse with a couple of people having their own dunk contest with fire and lightning-induced basketballs, something you’d think to see in a game of NBA Jam. Speaking of the NBA, the video also features a cameo from basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar judging the dunk contest, with the loser of each round getting killed in what looks like a very painful manner. I know it sounds weird, but this video is something you’ll have to see for yourself. “Good Goodbye” is the third single off Linkin Park’s new album One More Light, which is set to come out on May 19. The new Linkin Park project is one of the many new music projects slated to come out in May that we’re excited about. Check out the rest of them here.