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A cappella pros Pentatonix can turn anything into a catchy jingle
You have to hear their Power Rangers remake.
As the description of the video says, the a cappella band Pentatonix can sing anything. The group has teamed up with music streaming service Deezer and are turning tweets submitted to them under the hashtag #SingMyTweets into cute little songs.
And the best part is that for a couple of the tweets, they don’t even do parodies of existing songs: Not only can Pentatonix create music with no instruments, they can also create their own songs. And of course, each one is perfectly harmonized. The group even introduces themselves in harmony.
Standouts of the adorable five-minute video include the entire band dissolving into laughter at the concept of doing Dr. Jean’s “guac, guac, guacamole” dance while singing her “Avocado” song from YouTube and the challenge of singing an a cappella version of a tongue-twister like “how much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood.”
Every member of the group is on point, of course, but Mitch Grassi is a standout by really nailing the high notes, especially in the Pentatonix take on Disney’s “Small Potatoes” theme song.
Oh, and their version of the “Go, Go, Powerrangers!” sting not only blows the original out of the water, but also might even top their ode to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles theme.
Screengrab via Deezer/YouTube