Nandi Bushell hasn't wasted any time in 2021. Over the weekend, the 10-year-old shared her sixth cover of the year: a live-looped rendition of Red Hot Chili Peppers "Under The Bridge" where she not only played every part (guitar, bass, drums, vocals) but also flawlessly executed every instrument in one take.
"I LOVE the @chilipeppers - Under the Bridge is one of my favourite songs from one of my favourite bands! Awesome band and awesome musicians @flea333, @chadsmithofficial, #johnfrusciante and #anthonykiedis #redhotchilipeppers" the musical prodigy wrote in an Instagram post sharing an edited version of the cover. "I filmed this song all in one take."
Watch the unedited version above.
This isn't the first looped cover Bushell's nailed. In January, she took on Led Zeppelin's "The Immigrant Song" the same way to celebrate Jimmy Page's birthday. In addition to those ambitious projects, she's also learned about Britpop with a cover of Blur's "Song 2," went through an "emo phase" with a cover of My Chemical Romance's "Welcome To The Black Parade," dedicated a cover of The Who's "My Generation" to the late, great Keith Moon, and proved she can slay any genre with a rousing cover of Queen Latifah's "Ladies First."
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