We already knew Adam Levine had a killer voice, but we weren't aware that he has a ton of awesome musical impressions in his repertoire.
The Maroon 5 frontman completely surprised us (and had us dancing in our seats) when he appeared on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon and took a crack at the host's "Wheel of Musical Impressions" game.
To get the challenge started, Jimmy asked Adam to sing a random song in the style of a random artist selected by the musical impressions generator. The generator first rolls up an artist, i.e. Iggy Azalea, and then a song, i.e. "Old McDonald Had a Farm." Then, Adam has to sing it with the Roots playing the song in the background.
Adam completely nailed every one of the music generator's picks, from his impression of Frank Sinatra singing "Head, Shoulders, Knees & Toes" to Michael Jackson singing the "Sesame Street" theme and Eddie Vedder singing "The Muffin Man."
Jimmy also took a crack at it, doing his own musical impressions including Bob Dylan singing "Rude" and Iggy Azalea crooning "Old McDonald Had a Farm," but it was clear Adam reigned supreme.
Check out the awesome clip above!