Jared Leto is multitasking when it comes to paying tribute to recently deceased musical icons.
Leto and his band 30 Seconds to Mars did their part to honor Chris Cornell, Prince, David Bowie, Chester Bennington and other dead musicians during a performance recorded in the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge and published online Thursday.
The medley kicks off with Leto singing “Purple Rain,” the signature track by Prince, who died at age 57 last year from an overdose of the opioid fentanyl, before sliding into the Bowie song “Heroes.”
Leto’s mashup also touches on the George Michael song “Freedom,” as well as the Linkin Park hit “Crawling” and the Soundgarden track “Black Hole Sun.”
Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington died as a result of hanging himself at age 41 in July, while Bennington’s friend, Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell, died at age 52 in May, also after hanging himself.
Watch Leto’s performance in the video, and make sure to share your thoughts in the comments section.