A popular 10-year-old British rock music prodigy by the name of Nandi Bushell has wowed rock fans once again with her newly-shared cover of Rage Against The Machine‘s “Guerrilla Radio”.

The pre-recorded performance of the 1999 RATM original was shared to her Twitter page on March 31st, and highlights Bushell’s very impressive music abilities as she performs the hard-hitting rock song on bass, guitar, and drums. The inspiration for Bushell’s viral cover was fueled by the “Black Lives Matter” movement which has dethroned COVID-19 as the most important social issue in many American cities heading into June.

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“Solidarity in the Fight to End Racism!” Bushell said with the video upload, which even caught the attention of Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello. “This song is one of Nandis favourite songs. Nandi has loved [Rage Against The Machine] since she was a baby.”

Though she’s barely larger than the instruments she plays, Bushell delivers an impressive take on the protest anthem. Watch the performance in full below.

Nandi Bushell – “Guerrilla Radio” [Rage Against The Machine Cover]

[Video: Nandi Bushell]

The young drummer, who has already amassed over 39,000 subscribers to her YouTube channel, has been making headlines as one of rock music’s newest prodigy thanks to her viral covers and performances. Watch a then-9-year-old Bushell tear it up on drums alongside Lenny Kravitz at London’s O2 Arena just last year.

Nandi Bushell Drums For Lenny Kravitz At London’s O2 Arena

[Video: Nandi Bushell]

[H/T Billboard]