Mike Shinoda and Ok.Flay poured their hearts out in a vibrant efficiency of "Make It Up As I Go" on Thursday's (Nov. 1) episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden.
Delivering a chemistry-filled duet, the singers complemented one another as they carried out their genre-bending hit on a colourful, collage-filled stage.
With his infamous punchy supply and bullet-quick movement, Shinoda confirmed off his vocal gymnastics as he rhymed the heartfelt lyrics, "I didn't have the persistence left to elucidate/ Didn't wanna wait whereas no one got here/ I do know the trail forward's uneven/ But whereas I'm respiration/ I've to make my very own lane."
In a candid mixture of rapping and singing, Shinoda's masterful wordplay contrasted with Flay's candy, raspy voice as each opened up about loneliness, trauma and self-awareness whereas rocking matching "Vote" shirts.
"Make It Up As I Go" is featured on Shinoda's new album Post Traumatic, which pays homage to former band mate Chester Bennington.
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