KORN: 'Coming Undone Wit It' Mash-Up Posted Online

KORN's latest single, "Coming Undone" and DEM FRANCHIZE BOYZ' hip-hop hit "Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It" got mashed up by world-famous producers the Matrix and Jermaine Dupri. Listen to "Coming Undone Wit It" exclusively on AOL .

KORN's video for "Twisted Transistor" had already been a top-level meeting of rock and hip-hop minds, starring Snoop Dogg, Lil Jon, David Banner and Xzibit in the visual roles of KORN members Munky, Jonathan Davis, David Silveria and Fieldy, respectively. KORN was co-produced by Lil Jon in their cover of PUBLIC ENEMY's "Fight the Power".

The history of hip-hop has been dotted with creative and monstrously successful collaborations between rap and rock acts all the way back to rap's old-school period, beginning with pioneers RUN-DMC, who had a worldwide Top Ten single and a groundbreaking video classic in their cover and collaboration with AEROSMITH in "Walk This Way". Also, PUBLIC ENEMY recorded and toured with ANTHRAX at the height of their career, forging a further bond between rap and rock and roll. And the late-2004 pairing of JAY-Z and LINKIN PARK in the mash-up EP "Collision Course" entered the album chart at No. 1.


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