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Watch Anthony Vincent’s ‘Chop Suey’ Replica in the Style of Ghost


Great news for all the fans of System of a Down! Finally, you can see something interesting and impressive that you will enjoy watching. Yes, you read that right. We are talking about the new talent “singer” (that most of you probably heard of) – Anthony Vincent, one of the most popular YouTube stars.

Anthony Vincent is the owner of the YouTube channel called Ten Second Songs. Those of you who are familiar with his work already know that this guy has an incredible talent in singing a particular song in 20 different styles. This young man became an Internet star and all of that thanks to some of his fantastic videos. He became popular when he created a video performing “Dark Horse” in 20 different ways which has more than 20 million views. Creating replicas of popular songs in a different style became his obsession, which is the reason people enjoy watching his videos. Fans are pretty amazed by his talent and they just cannot wait for a new “song” to be released.

Anyway, what’s really important is that he decided to create a replica of the classic “Chop Suey” in the style of Ghost. When he published the video where he performs the “Chop Suey” song by System of a Down in the style of Frank Sinatra, Ghost, Sammy Davis, Aretha Franklin, Ghost and others he gave is his fans an opportunity to choose a style they like so that they can record the song in that style. As you can guess, the winner was “Ghost”. It seems that people are really impressed by this style.

In this video, we can see that Anthony Vincent looks exactly the same as Papa Emeritus, including the facial paint, the headdress, and the black robe. You just can’t tell the difference.

The whole video was filmed in black and white with Vincent imitating Papa Emeritus’s deep guttural voice. You will be surprised because he sounds exactly like him. Since the song was shot in the style of Ghost, what is interesting is that it is slowed down and sounds like a completely different song.

Take a look at his incredible work that already has half a million views:

or visit his channel, the Ten Second Songs

Anthony Vincent never ceases to amaze us. We are looking forward to seeing another replica of some of the most popular metallic songs.


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