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People Are Obsessed With This Subway Singer's Golden Voice

Prepare to feel chills.

Posted on September 9, 2016, at 11:52 a.m. ET

Yesterday, this video of a subway singer in New York City spread across Twitter, all because people were in awe of his magnificent voice. According to his Twitter, his name is Mike Yung, and he gave an absolutely rousing rendition of "Unchained Melody," a classic song popularized by The Righteous Brothers.

life ain't easy. music ain't easy. but I wake up blessed havin anothr day to do what I love

Yung's Twitter account, which is fairly new, is filled with messages of him thanking people for appreciating and showing love for his powerful voice.

Multiple accounts picked up the video of Yung singing, and nearly all of them racked up hundreds of thousands of shares and likes. Naturally, this also led to people wanting to know more about the man with the golden pipes.

Twitter / Via Twitter: @rolandsmartin

His incredible skill was lauded by pretty much everyone who watched the video.

Twitter / Via Twitter: @JustRyCole

People were very into it.

Twitter / Via Twitter: @JustRyCole

Emotions were felt.

Twitter / Via Twitter: @_KWAT20

Others even wanted to hear him sing songs of other greats, like Luther Vandross.

Twitter / Via Twitter: @AzaniaJustice

While some called for Yung to be signed to a music label.

And although it may be impossible to imagine, there were some people who walked right past Yung as he was singing his heart out.

Twitter / Via Twitter: @HEgotGAME88

If only they knew what they were missing out on.

BuzzFeed News has reached out to Yung and even visited the subway platform where he usually performs, but has yet make contact with him.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.