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“I don’t care if you spell things right / I just want to hear from you tonight.”
You’ve probably heard the song and seen the video for Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass” way too many times already. But you probably haven’t heard or seen it done quite like this.
Their hips DEFINITELY don’t lie. And they’re doing it for charity!
These professional football players know all the words to Pitch Perfect, and are live-tweeting NBC’s The Sing-Off. It’s Dixie Chicks serious.
Christmas came early, and it’s on the form of these angelic voices.
For the release of their new album, PTX, Vol. 2, Pentatonix released the new video for their Daft Punk medley, aptly named “Daft Punk.” It’s predictably amazing.
Nailed it. It’s already been established that Smooth McGroove is an a cappella God. But his latest video game cover takes the cake.
This vocals-only audio of the classic Hot Space tune is mind-blowing.
Who says a capella isn’t cool?
Brought to you by the boys of Acafellaz from Illinois State University.
This is really really good. Thanks to Eliot Glazer for finding this.
Pretty great version of Justin Timberlake’s “Cry Me A River” mashed up with BlackStreet’s “No Diggity.”
If you like *NSYNC (which how could you not?), then you will definitely like this a capella medley by the group Pentatonix. Enjoy.
The a cappella competition film opens in limited release on September 28th and nationwide October 5th.
Somehow, this group shows a cool and impressive side to a cappella.
I’m hiring these guys for my wedding. It gets good about a minute in.
So much power. So much passion.
Don’t you just love it when music is so good it gives you goosebumps?
If you watched NBC’s “The Sing-off” then you know all about this winning group’s amazing style of acapella. If you haven’t seen them before, prepare to poop your pants with this Gotye cover. This is how you do it, “Glee”.
I apologize in advance if this gets stuck in your head for the rest of the day. Matt Mulholland makes everything better with his a capella dubs.
It’s truly an art form that only few can master. Watch Video ›
YouTube user frabjousfilms performed a very special a cappella version of the Doctor Who theme tune, complete with appropriate timey-wimey lyrics. He also sports a homemade Fez, homemade fezzes are cool. (Via Turtlefeed) Watch Video ›
Lightsabers go “vveeew veeew kkkksssshh.” Watch Video ›