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Watch Denzel Curry’s monster cover of Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Bulls On Parade’

Killed it.

Denzel Curry has covered Rage Against The Machine‘s ‘Bulls On Parade’, while hitting out at President Donald Trump. Check out the video below.

The Florida artist, who released his third album ‘Ta13oo’ last summer, recently recorded a session for Australian radio station Triple J.

During the Like A Version broadcast he performed ’13LACK 13ALLOONZ’ from his latest LP, before wowing listeners with an enormous take on Rage’s 1996 track.

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Playing with a live band in the studio, Curry threw himself around to the song’s riff while delivering an impassioned rap. Later, he referenced the current US President, rapping: “Donald Trump! Donald Duck! What the fuck!

After the song ended, the rapper placed his microphone on the floor and left the live room.

Praising the cover, one YouTuber commented: “BEST. LIKE A VERSION. EVER.” Another said: “My jaw actually dropped the second Denzel opened his mouth.”

Meanwhile, Rage Against The Machine’s Tom Morello recently took to the stage with Foo Fighters at a show in Atlanta.

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The musician performed a cover of Black Sabbath’s ‘War Pigs’ and ‘Mountain Song’ by Jane’s Addiction. Queen drummer Roger Taylor and Zac Brown also made appearances at the pre-Super Bowl show.

Tom Morello is set to return to the UK this summer for a Prophets of Rage headline set at Boomtown 2019. Joining the group at the Hampshire event in August will be The Streets, Ms. Lauryn Hill, Chase & Status, Groove Armada, Slaves, and more.

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