Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs has released his newest video, METALLICA‘s “Enter Sandman” in 20 Styles. His newest auditory kaleidascope rendors the metal classic in the style of such diverse bands as Owl City, John Denver and The Doors as well as exploring genres as varied as lo fi hip hop, Yodeling, and Synthwave.
“I want to start showcasing more metal and rock songs in non metal styles to show non metal listeners that metal and rock songs are just as good if not better than what they listen to. Or I just want to hear bad things sung in nice ways. Ok, a little bit of both.” – Anthony Vincent
3. The Chordettes
4. Stevie Wonder
5. The Beatles
7. The Police
8. Owl City
9. The Doors
10. The Weather Girls
11. Cafe music – Jazz & Bossa nova 24/7 stream on youtube
12. lo fi hip hop beats to chill, study, relax, and sleep to
13. Hans Zimmer
18. Lil Uzi Vert
19. David Bowie
20. John Denver
Check out more of Anthony’s videos including “10 Songs in the Style of Metallica,” “12 Songs in the Style of The Nightmare Before Christmas,” “10 Songs in the Style of Ozzy Osbourne (feat. EROCK),” and “Red Hot Chili Peppers – Give It Away (Ten Second Songs 20 Style Cover)”.
Anthony Vincent, the man behind 10 Second Songs, has made a video to please both Christmas music lovers and the grinches who can’t stand the stuff. In his latest clip, he sings Mariah Carey‘s seasonal classic ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ in 20 different styles.
For those who can’t wait for Thanksgiving to end so they can pull out their Christmas albums, Vincent‘s video is like holiday music on steroids. For those who are bored with the usual Christmas fare, here’s something completely different: Vincent gleefully smashing together disparate styles, from Usher to Imagine Dragons to Blink-182 to Nat King Cole. Check out the video below.
Ten Second Songs started in March 2014 as a side-project: Vincent needed a way to promote his custom songs business. But his videos — where he performs a song in the style of 20 different singers — have already earned him 1 million YouTube subscribers and a collaboration with Linkin Park. Vincent works with Collective Digital Studios, who tell Billboard, “Anthony and his team have been a pleasure to work with since day one. There is very little respite as the guys put an enormous amount of effort into each video and are always planning ahead for the next release. Reaching one million subscribers in under eight months has been a huge achievement, as this milestone can generally take years to reach.”
Anthony spoke with Billboard about the origins of Ten Second Songs project, how he chooses the different styles for his videos, and how long it takes him to put each project together. To find out more, check this location.
For previous clips of Anthony’s work, visit here and here.
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