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Man does amazing Eminem cover in 40 different styles


This is Anthony Vincent, better known as the 'Ten Second Songs' guy from Youtube. A brilliant channel that a few months ago made our minds explode when he performed a great big genre-spanning cover of Katy Perry's Dark Horse, in twenty different styles in less than four minutes (scroll to the bottom to check out his original hit...).

Vincent is back again with another piece of mind melting musical mastery, this time taking on the challenge of Eminem's Rap God in an absolutely astonishing forty different styles. 

Give him a few seconds to warm up, particular highlights are Frank Sinatra and simultaneous Snoop Dogg and Dr Dre...



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