Tributes have poured in for Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington, after he was found dead aged 41-years-old.
The singer is said to have taken his own life, on what would have been his late friend Chris Cornell's 53rd birthday, the former Audioslave and Soundgarden singer.
Bandmates Mike Shinoda and Dave Farrell said they were 'heartbroken' by the death of their close friend.
Rihanna was one of the first people to Instagram her response to the news.
The singer wrote: 'Literally the most impressive talent I've ever seen live! Vocal beast! #RIPChester #LinkinPark'. Grime hero Stormzy, who recently collaborated with Linkin Park on a track, shared his heartbreak at the news.
Stormzy tweeted to his fans: 'I am heartbroken you do not know what someone's going through serious. Prayers up for your family right now my brother.'
In more Friday throwbacks, Nickelback Tweeted out their condolences.
Chance the Rapper also paid tribute to the singer on social media, calling Bennington's death a 'tragic ending'.
Along with rapper Pusha T.
American pop/rock band OneRepublic also shared their thoughts.
American singer Halsey posted to Instagram saying 'everything I've learned fro you I carry in my heart.'
Linkin Park's first album, Hybrid Theory, released in 2000, propelled them to success as it went on to sell 10 million copies.
The band released their seventh album, One More Light, in May this year.
The band also teamed up with Jay Z for that now iconic collab album Collision Course. If you need reminding, take a look at this fan's footage:
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