This is pretty wah-ah-ah-acky!

Move over Ryan Adams, because musician and man of a million voices Anthony Vincent has released the most rockin' version of Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood," feat. Kendrick Lamar.

In an edited video posted on his YouTube page this week, Vincent sings the pop song in a studio as a heavy metal track, emulating the distinctive, raspy vocals of Disturbed singer David Draiman. He also performs electric guitar and bass guitar.

Coincidentally, Vincent also paid tribute to Katy Perry, the rumored subject of "Bad Blood," in a 2014 re-imagining of her song "Dark Horse," which he sings in 20 different styles, sounding like the likes of John Mayer, 'N Sync, Jamiroquai, Frank Sinatra, Boyz II Men, metal bands Pantera and Iron Maiden and late iconic singers Kurt Cobain, Jim Morrison and Michael Jackson.

Bad Blood v Feeling Myself

Adams had last month begun to record not only a cover of "Bad Blood" but covers of all tracks from Swift's hit album 1989.

Swift had expressed excitement over Adams' efforts. She has not commented on Vincent's gritty version of her angst-filled anthem, whose "squad"-filled music video won the top prize, Video of the Year, at the 2015 MTV VMAs last month.

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