Watch Mike Shinoda’s uplifting performance of Happy Endings with iann dior and UPSAHL
The trio’s live effort was just as infectious and uplifting as the original song, with Mike seemingly unable to stop smiling as they’re surrounded by awesome animated artwork and glitches (in a similar style to the official music video for the single).
After the song the video ended with a message for See Us Unite, which is “a cultural campaign designed to accelerate impact and expand support for the AAPI community through solidarity and education. Our ambition is to amplify voices as we unite to change people’s perception about what it means to be an American. We will do this by bringing allies and partners together to use our resources and networks to support the on-the-ground work of community organisers raising awareness, building understanding and broadening educational efforts about the Asian American experience.”
The See Us Unite For Change event – which aired on May 21 – also featured performances by the Black Eyed Peas, Chloe Flower, Saweetie, SEVENTEEN, Sting feat. Far East Movement and Jhené Aiko.
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