Anthony Vincent is easily one of our favorite YouTubers. The ultra-talented performer has delivered another classic track in 20 different styles, finally taking on System of a Down’s breakout single, “Chop Suey!”
It’s hard to believe Vincent hasn’t tackled this one already! The Ten Second Songs singer has rearranged Linkin Park’s “In the End,” Halestorm’s “I Miss the Misery” and even the Pokemon theme song in 20 different styles each. His rapid-fire stylistic changes are on full display once again with this SOAD clip, starting his domino effect with one of Vincent’s go-to artists, Michael Jackson.
The vocalist gets really farfetched with “Chop Suey!” imitating The Three Tenors, Mongolian throat singing, Wu-Tang Clan and our personal favorite, Ghost. Vincent even donned full-on Papa Emeritus makeup for his venture into the Satanic cult’s evil-yet-uplifting style of heavy metal.
It’s yet another masterclass from Anthony Vincent! Check out the musician covering “Chop Suey!” in 20 different styles above!
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Source: Loud Wire