In these trying times, there is hope for the future. Ten-year-old Nandi Bushell reminded us of that with her latest YouTube performance, taking on three instruments while rocking a blistering instrumental cover of Rage Against the Machine's "Guerrilla Radio." The original song came with a defiant message, one that Nandi embraces with the ferocity in her playing.

Bushell has come to fame in recent years for her passionate drum playing, most recently getting attention on this site for her thunderous performance of Royal Blood's "Out of the Black."

Now, with the George Floyd protests and Black Lives Matter dominating the news, the youngster has taken on the Rage Against the Machine classic, showing she can play bass and guitar as well. Watch the clip below:

Nandi Bushell Rocks Rage Against the Machine's "Guerrilla Radio"

A posting on the video description reads: "Solidarity in the Fight to End Racism! #fightracism #blacklivesmatter #enoughisenough. This song is one of Nandi's favourite songs. Nandi has loved @RATM since she was a baby," with hashtags for all of the Rage Against the Machine members as well as the band itself.

The performance caught the eye of guitarist Tom Morello, who then tweeted out Nandi's performance stating, "Well now we're on the right track."

Just a reminder of the powerful message from Rage Against the Machine's original track, check out the lyrics for "Guerrilla Radio" below:

Transmission, third world war, third round
A decade of the weapon of sound above ground
No shelter if you're lookin' for shade
I lick shots at the brutal charade

As the polls close like a casket
On truth devoured
A silent play in the shadow of power
A spectacle monopolized
The camera's eyes
On choice disguised

Was it cast for the mass who burn and toil?
Or for the vultures who thirst for blood and oil?
Yes, a spectacle monopolized
They hold the reins and stole your eyes

Or the fist-a-gons
The bullets and bombs
Who stuff the banks
Who staff the party ranks

More for Gore or the son of a drug lord
None of the above. Fuck it! Cut the cord

Lights out
Guerrilla radio
Turn that shit up
Lights out
Guerrilla radio
Turn that shit up
Lights out
Guerrilla radio
Turn that shit up
Lights out
Guerrilla radio

Contact. I hijacked the frequencies
Blockin' the beltway, move on D.C
Way past the days of bombin' MCs
Sound off. Mumia guan be free

Who got 'em? Yo check the federal file
All you pen devils know the trial was vile
An army of pigs try to silence my style
Off 'em all out that box. It's my radio dial

Lights out
Guerrilla radio
Turn that shit up
Lights out
Guerrilla radio
Turn that shit up
Lights out
Guerrilla radio
Turn that shit up
Lights out
Guerrilla radio
Turn that shit up

It has to start somewhere
It has to start sometime
What better place than here
What better time than now?

All hell can't stop us now
All hell can't stop us now
All hell can't stop us now
All hell can't stop us now
All hell can't stop us now
All hell can't stop us now

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