Japanese Man Has A Voice So Good That He’s Being Called The Next Frank Sinatra 673

There are some voices that you can distinguish very easily, and one of those was Frank Sinatra’s. Known for he deep and bass lows, he was able to make anything sound good. But now there is Yūzō Kayama from Japan, and he’s got a voice that’s almost identical to Sinatra’s.

Kayama has long been a popular musician, born to a family of actors and singers. He took inspiration from many Western artists and found that he could channel his voice to emulate Frank Sinatra in his later years too. Here he was on stage singing the legendary “My Way”, and he does a great job at it!

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