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Pentatonix Drops Medley of 38 Rihanna Songs - Watch Here!

Pentatonix Drops Medley of 38 Rihanna Songs - Watch Here!

Pentatonix is kicking off Flashback Friday with a performance of Rihanna‘s hits!

The a cappella group – which features Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirsten Maldonado, Kevin Osusola, and Matt Sallee – released their latest video performing 38 of the 30-year-old entertainer’s songs.

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Some of the songs the group performs include “Please Don’t Stop the Music,” “Unfaithful,” “Disturbia,” “What’s My Name,” “Needed Me,” along with tons of other hits.

Pentatonix is currently in the middle of their tour across America – and you can get tickets here!

Watch below!

Get To Know Pentatonix's Newest Member Matt Sallee - Watch!

Get To Know Pentatonix's Newest Member Matt Sallee - Watch!

Matt Sallee is the new kid on the block when it comes to Pentatonix, and now we are getting to learn more about him!

The new bass singer of the a Capella group is dishing on how he got into music, his history with Pentatonix, and the rest of the group even shared thoughts on him.

After Matt didn’t get into his first college choice, he heard about the Berkeley College of Music where he then ended up attending for Vocal Performance.

When he was in high school, he went to an a Capella competition and actually got to see Pentatonix perform from the front row.

Matt is such a joyous human. I love that so much about him, because I think he brings a life and an energy that is so beautiful to this family,” Kevin Olusola said about Matt. “I think as Pentatonix, we want to exude energy and joy into all of our fans and he fits right in when it comes to that.”

Watch the video below to learn more about the newest member of Pentatonix!

Pentatonix Cover Camila Cabello's 'Havana' For First Official Video with Matt Sallee

Pentatonix Cover Camila Cabello's 'Havana' For First Official Video with Matt Sallee

Pentatonix are back with a brand new cover – “Havana” by Camila Cabello!

The a Capella group – Kevin Olusola, Kirstin Maldonado, Matt Sallee, Scott Hoying, and Mitch Grassi – released the video Friday morning (February 23) on their YouTube channel.

This is their first video of 2018, and their first with new member Matt!

Earlier this month, PTX made an announcement that Matt was officially the new bass singer of the group and added that there will be new music, and new videos coming soon.

In case you missed it, see what Kirstin had to say about the group’s rise to success.

Kelli Berglund Joins Pentatonix at Spotify's Pre-Grammy Party

Kelli Berglund Joins Pentatonix at Spotify's Pre-Grammy Party

Kelli Berglund rocks a super cute look while arriving at Spotify’s Best New Artist Party held at Skylight Clarkson on Thursday night (January 25) in New York City.

The 21-year-old actress hit the black carpet event alongside PentatonixKevin Olusola, Kirstin Maldonado, Scott Hoying, and Matt Sallee.

Mitch Grassi skipped out on the bash to get some rest instead.

“Missing Mitchy bc he is more responsible than us and we have a 6am call time,” Scott tweeted about his absence.

“FOMO x1000,” Mitch replied.

Pentatonix also stepped out at the 2018 Billboard Power 100 celebration where they were honored with an award for having two of their albums go to #1 on the Billboard 200 charts.

10+ pics inside of Kelli Berglund and Pentatonix

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Singer Matt Sallee Dishes On Joining Pentatonix For The Holiday Season

Singer Matt Sallee Dishes On Joining Pentatonix For The Holiday Season

Matt Sallee is the new guy in the much loved a cappella group, Pentatonix, and after only a short time with them, is already feeling at home.

In a new interview, the singer opened up about his audition for the bass role in the group and how it all happened.

The opportunity to try out for Pentatonix came up earlier this year and after auditioning, he got a call back in June. However, after that, he didn’t hear anything until September.

“I landed in Los Angeles on September 15 and recorded two songs the next morning,” he said. “I hit the ground running.”

Matt adds that the group is “the most welcoming people I’ve ever encountered. They were excited for me; they were excited for the group.”

“I’ve dreamed of singing with them for so long,” he says. “For an a cappella nerd like me, they’re the pinnacle of a cappella…I’m very inspired by them, they all are doing different things outside of the group.”

Next up, Matt will be joining Pentatonix on their holiday tour which goes throughout December in select cities. Check out all the dates on JJJ now!

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