BLAKROC is an interesting musical collaboration venture merging rock and hip hop by Ohio-based band, The Black Keys. For this collaborative album, the band sought out eleven of the biggest names in hip hop such as Q-Tip, Mos Def, Raekwon, Ludacris and RZA. The album was produced with the help of Damon Dash. a co-founder and former share-holder of ROC-A-FELLA. The album just dropped this past Black Friday, or dubbed "Blak Friday" by the BLAKROC crew, and now the collaborative venture expands to include a Chevy Camaro. The classic Chevy Camaro which is incidentally also a quintessential part of the Transformers as Bumblebee is remade in BLAKROC aesthetics. The all-black 2010 Chevy Camaro turns up the heat with tinted windows, smoked tail lights racing stripes and BLAKROC logo marking the ride from seats to rear spoiler. The special Chevy Camaro runs on a 6.2L V8 engine and races up to 426 HP. Check out the luxe sleek update on the Camaro and remember to also take a listen to the BLAKROC album. The special edition BLAKROC 2010 Chevy Camaro is available at Carl Black.