A cappella group’s amazing version of ‘Little Drummer Boy’ goes insanely viral

The five member a cappella group Pentatonix,  posted their version of “Little Drummer Boy” to You Tube on November 25. The video is being picked up and shared by publications all over the Internet and has become a viral sensation with more than 7 million views in a week’s time.

It’s hard to believe an old Christmas classic can be made into something that garners so much attention, but after you hear it, you discover why!

According to the group’s Facebook page:

Mitch Grassi, Scott Hoying, and Kirstie Maldonado formed a trio during high school together in Arlington, Texas. They added the final two members, Avi Kaplan and Kevin Olusola, the day before their audition on Season 3 of NBC’s “The Sing-Off”, and PTX was born. Pentatonix has that special a cappella swag, something that most singing groups tend to lack.

You can also download the group’s Christmas album on iTunes.

H/T: The Blaze

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86 thoughts on “A cappella group’s amazing version of ‘Little Drummer Boy’ goes insanely viral

  1. heroay says:

    That pathetic Dough dung is a zio-troll polluting all patriotic and Christian forums. Kick his fractal brain and mouth around, he deserves it.

  2. heroay says:

    Just FLUSH him. He LIKES it. He (she-it?) is a ziotic troll polluting patriot and Christian forums. FLUSH!

  3. heroay says:

    But monkee jump hava-nagila is your prefie, right, pathetic zio-trollo? Flush your mouth, then flush your sorry self.

  4. heroay says:

    Sorry, i already asked first…

  5. heroay says:

    Not with half a brain, dummy. Take more air out of it, try again.

  6. mcskeech says:

    Such beautiful music from such a talented group of young people.

  7. disgusted demacrat says:

    u r a pig !!

    1. Chin Kim Chong says:

      What is wrong with having a good taste

  8. Russ Eritano says:

    I wish AVI would have done more bass in this. No doubt he has an amazing range to be able to sing bass and all the way up to tenor.

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