The best misheard lyrics from the worst year ever.
The Vanderbilt Melodores haven’t slowed down since winning Season 5 of The Sing-Off.
Tears and chills guaranteed.
"India has great culture and is our home. We love India and we wanted to share our music and joy with everyone on Republic Day."
♪♪Look on your face like you know Jesus personally♪♪
How do you make A.R. Rahman songs even better than they already are? PUT 'EM ALL TOGETHER.
An a cappella tribute to the year's best jams.
Get ready to be blown away.
British boys from Exeter University perform a completely unique version of Broadway Musical Fiddler on the Roof's "If I Were A Rich Man".
You better aca-believe it.
It's your time to shine.
A #ThrowbackThursday treat.
You know you were in an a cappella group when this happens… And so does everyone else.
Watch three really weird guys perform the funniest misheard lyrics from music history. #wetdreamtomato
Watch three weird guys perform even weirder misheard lyrics from this year's biggest hits. #starbuckslovers
Even if you don't enjoy musicals, you're sure to enjoy this.
Pehle video play karein, phir vishwaas karein.
BYU Vocal Point seized the day, that's for sure.
"Go on and kiss the girl."
He didn't play instruments, so he wrote every song by singing all the parts to tape. It's mesmerizing.
OK, let's take it from measure six. Deep breaths.
No auto-tune was used in this Lorde cover... and surprisingly, it's pretty good!
Pentatonix nails this one for the Queen B.
If you take away the guitars and drums, most rock songs just sound like a maniac hollering in the street. Which is not necessarily a bad thing.
It was cool...for a couple weeks.
You know them by heart, but have you ever thought to film yourself singing them? Proof that literally everything wonderful exists on YouTube.
Bands like Vampire Weekend, Modest Mouse, Passion Pit, and Grizzly Bear are great and all, but what if their music was eight million times more earnest? And, like, had beat boxing?
Nearly the entire cast was there (except for Anna Kendrick).
It was the best of times, it was...THE BEST of times. Aca-lovers, you know who you are.
Nailing the "vtvzzzz bawshwahwubwubwub" sound is harder than you think.
It's done by Walk Off The Earth, the band behind that awesome "Somebody I Used To Know" cover and yes, they do the dubstep parts.
Even if you didn't go to Yale, you can appreciate this fabulous mix of pop classics. Other schools, take note.
Is Nick McKaig some sort of nostalgia wizard? Yes. The answer is yes.
Matt Mulholland strikes again, this time with an a capella multitrack for the lobby scene in The Matrix, complete with sound effects.
The BEST cover of the WORST song ever.
This is pretty amazing.
The PS22 Chorus and Ithacappella join forces to create this beautiful rendition of the Katy Perry hit that sounds even better than the original.
Well, obviously, these a cappella groups have talent! Fo' real. Run and sing that, homeboy.
Columbia University's all-female a cappella group Bacchantae covers Ben Folds's arrangement of Dr. Dre's classy love song, "Bitches Ain't Shit." It brings a tear to my eye.
Blues Traveler meets Rahzel when this dude mixes harmonica and beatbox.
As GQ editor Mickey Rapkin publishes a book about collegiate a cappella groups, the media is going gaga over the ever-growing phenomenon of vocal-only choruses that some are claiming to be hovering on the verge of "going mainstream."