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The a cappella quintet Pentatonix are a global phenomenon. How global? Consider that PTX recorded their third volume of pop hits and originals while touring in places like Singapore, Europe, New York, and Japan. Perhaps this explains the inclusion of the U.K. classical/electronic act Clean Bandit's "Rather Be," as well as "Papaoutai," a song by Belgian artist Stromae that's sung entirely in French. The monster hits by American artists are here too, such as Ariana Grande's "Problem," featuring PTX's Mitch Grassi rapping Iggy Azaela's verse. And a take on Disclosure's "Latch"—here as "La La Latch"—is buoyant and crisp. Originals include "On My Way Home" and "See Through," the latter an energetic a cappella/EDM hybrid. Now who ever saw that coming? 

Customer Reviews


I love pentatonix and I love this album! Problem is sooo good and and I can't wait until sept 23rd!

I could not love this more!!!

I’m so excited for this!!! Pentatonix never disappoints!!! Even if the song choice isn’t my favorite, after listening to their version, it becomes my favorite!!! I have high hopes for my favorite band’s new EP!


Yes! Yes! Yes!
The vocal skill is astounding. Chord structure is pristine. Percussion is extraordinary and overall blend is satisfactory. Excellent work.


Formed: 2011 in Arlington, TX

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '10s

A five-person a cappella group based out of Arlington, Texas, Pentatonix is best known for winning the third season of NBC's The Sing-Off in 2011. Formed by high school friends Kirstie Maldonado, Mitch Grassi, and Scott Hoying, the group got its initial start after its version of Beyoncé and Lady Gaga's "Telephone," recorded for a local Glee-related contest, started garnering attention on YouTube. The band then added members Avi Kaplan and Kevin Olusola, renamed itself Pentatonix, and auditioned...
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