Nas Remakes AC/DC Track With Carlos Santana
Rapper Nas has teamed with guitar legend Carlos Santana on a remake of AC/DC’s classic track “Back in Black.”
Other artists featured on Santana’s upcoming album include Chris Cornell, who remakes “Whole Lotta Love” by Led Zeppelin and Joe Cocker, who takes on Jimi Hendrix’s “Little Wing.”
Ray Manzarek of The Doors covers the group’s song “Riders on the Storm” and Nas is will be featured on the updated version of “Back in Black.”
"I paid special attention to the groove so the females would get completely aroused," Santana told Rolling Stone in an interview.
Santana has experienced success with his collaborations with rappers.
In 1999, Wyclef and The Product G&B hit big with Santana on the song “Maria, Maria” from the album Supernatural.
Other collaborations include “Do You Like the Way" featuring Lauryn Hill and Cee-Lo.
Additionally, former Rhyme Syndicate/House of Pain member Everlast experienced success with Santana on the track “Put Your Lights On” from Supernatural, which has sold over 15 million copies.