If you watched Netflix's polarizing new Mötley Crüe biopic The Dirt, then you might have recognized the dude playing silent (in the movie, at least) Vince Neil replacement singer John Corabi: none other than 10 Second Songs' vocal chameleon Anthony Vincent. Fittingly then, considering his cameo, the YouTube star has turned his talents in his main endeavor in the direction of Crüe's mega-hit "Kickstart My Heart," which was, of course, inspired by Nikki Sixx's infamous near-death experience. Vincent reimagines the song in the styles of the Deftones, Devin Townsend, Ricky Martin, Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Prodigy (in memory of Keith Flint) and others; in perhaps the video's best moment, he flips cheekily between the "styles" of Greta Van Fleet and Led Zeppelin. Check it out above.
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