Eminem’s ‘Rap God’ Spit By 40 DIFFERENT Artists Including Biggie, Sublime, Frank Sinatra and 2Pac


You’ve definitely seen Ten Second Songs before. That’s where the extremely talented Anthony Vincent picks one song then sings it in the voice and style of other famous music artists. His voice lends itself best to rock music, but he can definitely kill it in any genre.

He pushes his skills and lung capacity to the limit by tackling Eminem’s furious-paced “Rap God.” This will be no easy feat considering that Eminem spits 6,077 words in 6:05 minutes on the original.

Since the title of the track is “Rap God,” it would only be appropriate that the song honored some of the best in the game. Vincent brings forth his best effort in impersonating some of hip hop’s finest including Beastie Boys, The Notorious B.I.G., Run DMC, Busta Rhymes, 2Pac, Snoop Dogg, Dr. Dre, Big Pun, Tech N9ne and Eric B. & Rakim.

He also rhymes as those who are not quite rap gods, with the likes of M.C. Hammer, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony and Heavy D & The Boys.

Then sprinkled throughout are various, sometimes bizarre choices of Bjork, Louis Armstrong, Rage Against The Machine, Ray Charles, Elmo, Linkin Park, Megadeth, Sublime, Weird Al Yankovic, Justin Timberlake, Simon & Garfunkel, The Micro Machines Guy, Frank Sinatra, Slipknot and Chris Brown.

Got damn that Daddy Yankee is still catchy as fuck.