Nandi Bushell became a fast-rising internet sensation when her epic cover of Nirvana’s “In Bloom” hit YouTube last month. Now, the 9-year-old drummer from Ipswich in England has channelled her inner-raver for this blazing take on The Prodigy’s “Voodoo People”.
The Prodigy - "Voodoo People" - Drum Cover - Nandi Bushell Age 9
She captioned the performance on YouTube, saying: “My first attempt at Hardcore Techno Breakbeats! Voodoo People! This was a lot of fun to jam to! The Prodigy wow!!! What an amazing band, definitely going to jam to more of their songs!”
Bushell lays down some serious fire to keep up with rapid-paced “Voodoo People” which came out in on The Prodigy’s 1994 album, Music for the Jilted Generation. She tackles the high-energy “techno beat” with an infectious intensity and the type of joy that fits right in with the anarchic party scene the song invokes.
Not only is Nandi Bushell insanely talented, but she has pretty good taste in music too. The tiny 9-year-old drumming extraordinaire has been posting drumming videos online since she was six years old and as well as her cover of Nirvana's 1991 classic, "In Bloom," you’ll find versions of everyone from Stevie Wonder to Rage Against the Machine. We can’t wait to see what she covers next!
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