It's officially time to break out your holiday tunes, and I am sure you've got your own selection of favorites that fill your playlist. But one song I bet you've got on there is Mariah Carey's indelible Christmas classic "All I Want for Christmas is You."
Yes, it wouldn't be Christmas without playing Carey's song on repeat. We've heard it many ways over the years. There's the delightful original version, the one with Justin Bieber and the one she did with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots in 2012.
However, we've never heard the song quite like this before. YouTube-lebrity Anthony Vincent, the voice behind Ten Second Songs, released his newest cover today, and he decided to take on Carey's classic but with his own unique spin on it, of course. In case you haven't had the pleasure of seeing one of his videos, Vincent performs a cover all the way through, but every so often he changes his voice and the backing music to resemble some of the biggest artists of all time in all kinds of musical genres.
Vincent starts off the video by singing "All I Want for Christmas is You" in Carey's own style. Soon, the piano-pop stylings of Billy Joel, the pop-punk sounds of Blink-182 and even the voice behind "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch," Thurl Ravenscroft, join the party. In addition to these artists, Vincent mimics the voices of 16 others.
Check out the full video below, and try to resist the urge to not play it over and over and over again until Dec. 25.