‘AGT’ Alum Brian King Joseph Fascinates in Sam Smith Violin Remix
America’s Got Talent alum Brian King Joseph has recently released a violin cover of Sam Smith’s “Unholy.” Understandably, his fans can’t stop praising the violinist for his incredible talent.
Brian King Joseph Releases ‘Unholy’ Violin Rendition
Less than a week ago, Joseph teased fans with a short video of him playing his own rendition of “Unholy” by Sam Smith. The cool but short remix left his fans pumped up and dying to hear more.
Two days later, The AGT standout uploaded the full violin cover, showing an enthusiastic and electrifying version of the song. Enjoyed is an understatement because Joseph obviously unleashed a massive amount of energy in the cover. So much that his violin bow was broken.
“Longer version of Unholy by Sam Smith and Kim Petras,” he wrote. “Please give likes, I destroyed one of my bows for this!”
“Unholy” violin remix is not the first time that Joseph has posted song covers. Over the years, the musician has been uploading both short and full versions of his violin covers on TikTok and Instagram. Before his Sam Smith remix, Joseph has made fans reminisce a Naruto theme song, “Blue Bird” by Ikimono-gakari.
Fans are Praising Him for the Electric Remix
Fans have shared their praises for the violin player in the comments of his video. According to them, the musician’s violin cover is “fire as always.” Each comment includes both fire and heart emojis to express their appreciation of the cover. Meanwhile, one fan took the time to notice the state of his bow.
“I love the way he slays the strings on his bow. So intense,” the person wrote.
Apparently, some fans are asking Joseph if there’s a chance that the cover would be on Apple Music and Spotify. Additionally, one fan commented how Joseph has inspired him through his music.
“You are a inspiration and bring some much joy to hearts and ears,” the user wrote. “I’ve met quite a few famous people but you will always be in the tops for me.”
Indeed, Joseph’s “Unholy” violin remix is worth hearing and watching. It no other than proves how much of an impressive musician Brian King Joseph is.