Zack De La Rocha joins Roni Size And Reprazent onstage in New York...

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Former RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE frontman ZACK DE LA ROCHA made a surprise appearance joining RONI SIZE AND REPRAZENT onstage at the NEW YORK HAMMERSTEIN BALLROOM on Saturday night (March 17).

De La Rocha was introduced during the drum'n'bass collective's encore by Reprazent's MC Dynamite, who told the crowd they were about to bring out "one bonus Reprazent member".

De La Rocha joined the group for a live version of 'Centre Of The Storm', the track he recorded with Reprazent for last year's 'In The Mode' album.

Meanwhile, De La Rocha is rumoured to be working with Roni Size and DJ Shadow on his solo album.

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