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Aug 23, 2016

Oh my, where do I begin??

JUST WATCH THIS!

There, that about sums it up.

I absolutely love Pentatonix. Pentatonix released their fourth album back in 2015 and I’ve been listening to it ever since. I bopped to “Na Na Na”, I grooved to “Can’t Sleep Love”, I danced like a maniac to “Sing” while simultaneously belting my heart out. “Water” was one of my favourites. It was ethereal and effervescent. I loved all the tunes, from “Cracked” to “New Year’s Day”. I mean, I could go on forever. I can’t carry a tune for the life of me but I didn’t care. I was having too much fun!

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As time went on however, I craved something new from Pentatonix. I could feel that something new was on its way, I just didn’t know what and then out came this video.

Pentatonix has created yet another masterpiece, this time blending English with Japanese for their “Perfume” medley. Now, I’ll be honest, I had no idea what a “Perfume” medley was so I had to do a little digging and discovered that Perfume is a Japanese group. Sure, the use of Japanese in the song probably gave it away but I truly didn’t know the group existed until Pentatonix did the medley.

Thank you Pentatonix for this Perfume medley and for reminding everyone of how incredibly talented you are. As an accapella group, really, your talents are limitless. The notes, the harmonization, the creativity, and vibrancy you bring to the world of music is inspiring. You’ve tackled songs in French, Korean, and now Japanese too.

I mean, does it get any better than that?

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