Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith Impresses with Impromptu Drum Cover

by Madonna

Los Angeles, CA – Chad Smith, the renowned drummer of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, recently showcased his extraordinary musical talent in a new Drumeo video that left viewers in awe. In this remarkable display of skill, Smith took on the challenge of performing a cover song on the drums without the opportunity to listen to it beforehand, and he did so flawlessly on the very first take.

In the video, Smith humorously begins by stating, “It’s some kinda emo thing — I don’t know what the fuck it is,” when asked to guess the track after completing his drumming performance. He initially presumes the artist to be My Chemical Romance. However, it turns out the song he just flawlessly played was actually “The Kill,” a 2006 hit by Thirty Seconds to Mars.

Before embarking on this musical adventure, Smith sets the stage by saying to the viewer, “Here comes some music that I’ve probably never heard before. And I’m gonna try to play along to it and do my best. Take a good musical stab at it and see if I can make sense out of it.”

Following his impressive performance of the Thirty Seconds to Mars hit, Smith exclaims in disbelief, “What the fuck was that?! Is that like, My Chemical Romance or something?”

Chad Smith’s spontaneous drumming prowess has garnered admiration from fans and fellow musicians alike, showcasing his remarkable ability to effortlessly adapt to new musical challenges.

In addition to this intriguing drumming endeavor, the Red Hot Chili Peppers had a prolific year in 2022 with the release of two studio albums, “Unlimited Love” and “Return of the Dream Canteen.” The band is currently embarking on a world tour, treating fans around the globe to their iconic sound and electrifying performances.

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