COOL VIDEO: Singer impersonates 20 artists while singing 'All I Want For Christmas'

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Thursday, December 4, 2014

If all you wanted for Christmas was an entertaining rendition of Mariah Carey's hit holiday song, you're in luck.

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In a video quickly going viral, YouTube star Anthony Vincent puts a Christmas spin on his musical impersonations, covering "All I Want For Christmas" in the style of a variety of artists. He includes everything from artists known for their renditions of Christmas songs (like Thurl Ravenscroft, the voice behind "You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch) to John Lennon.

This isn't the first time Vincent has gone viral. Vincent, a musical artist from New York, started these "20 styles" videos in March as a way to promote his jingle company, and his other five "20 Styles" videos have each gotten millions of views.

What puts his renditions over the top is the way he fully commits to each of his impressions, and his newest video is no exception. When he does Alvin and the Chipmunks, he inhales helium from a balloon. When he does heavy metal band Meshuggah, he aggressively sheds his Santa coat.

Vincent posted another video to say that all the proceeds from ad sales would be donated to Little Kids Rock, a program that supports music education for under-served students. The video already has 1 million views after one day on YouTube.

Which impression is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below!

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