Back in June, Rage Against The Machine‘s Tom Morello found himself the subject of many wholesome headlines when he gifted his signature Fender Soul Power Stratocaster guitar to 10-year-old Nandi Bushell after her cover of “Guerilla Radio” went viral. Well, it didn’t take long for Bushell to put that guitar to good use, as she recently shared an inspired cover of Audioslave‘s “Cochise”, which appeared on the band’s 2002 self-titled album.

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The video sees the budding musician performing the tune on bass, guitar, and drums, similar to her “Guerilla Radio” cover. Much like Morello, Bushell uses the guitar as a percussion instrument to open the song, striking it with a drum stick as the intro ramps up into the song’s main riff. Clocking in at just over one minute, Bushell gives the viewer a taste of her excellent musicianship and dominating stage presence—replete with head-bobbing, a power stance that would make Jack Black proud, and a rage face that would give B.B. King a run for his money.

In the video’s description, Bushell showed her appreciation to Morello and Rage Against The Machine drummer Brad Wilk,

Dear @tommorello and @bradwilk, thank you for always for supporting me. I made this cover of #Cochise for you both. @tommorello I LOVE my new #soulpower @fender #guitar! It’s AMAZING!!!

Check out the “Cochise” cover below and head to the Nandi Bushell YouTube channel for more of her music.

Nandi Bushell – “Cochise”

[Video: Nandi Bushell]