Taylor Swift’s latest single, Bad Blood, which starred many celebrities who are also prominent members of her girlsquad – Karlie Kloss, Selena Gomez, Cara Delevingne, Gigi Hadid, Jessica Alba, Ellie Goulding et al – made a lot of noise before and after its release. While it was speculated that it was Swift’s take on her alleged ‘feud’ with Katy Perry, neither she nor members of her girlsquad have made any comments about it. She even released the song in two versions – the original and the remix that features Kendrick Lamar.
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And now, the YouTube singer with a million voices in one person, Anthony Vincent, has come up with his rendition of Taylor Swift’s Bad Blood, in, not one, not two, but twenty different styles! Starting off with the rapper himself, Kendrick Lamar, Vincent goes on to channel his inner Rolling Stones, TLC, Tiny Tim, Def Leppard, Phil Collins, et al.
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Some of them are very unlikely yet uncanny impressions of Shaggy, Barney and Friends, Cyndi Lauper, Pearl Jam, Black Sabbath, Grease the musical, and Sepultura – Max Cavalera era. In these 20 different styles, Vincent covers classic rock to heavy metal to Broadway to oldies to R&B and Techno, to name a few.
The result is nothing but spectacular. Check out Vincent’s version of the hit song, Bad Blood here:
Although Vincent has some mad vocal skills, we still prefer Taylor Swift’s original:
Anthony Vincent has covered many a song before singing Bad Blood. Some of his other covers include Thriller by Michael Jackson, In The End by Linkin Park, Problem by Ariana Grande, Dark Horse by Katy Perry, All I Want For Christmas Is You by Mariah Carey, all sung in 20 different styles. If you’d like to hear any of these songs in 20 different styles, head to the YouTube channel Ten Second Songs and check them out.
Did you like the original Taylor Swift version or Anthony Vincent’s 20 different styles-version? Let us know in the comments below!
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