This one was probably our easiest EP to date because we’re doing classic songs from a bunch of different decades, but songs that we know people will always love—timeless songs and songs we really love, too.
I feel like what Pentatonix does best is cover songs.
Yeah, specially the gender play, which is something I try to do tastefully.
I think it’s cool to teeter on that edge a bit because it makes people think a bit more.
But considering their multiplatinum-selling success, Grassi’s openly gay identity has impacted all corners of the world—even the most intolerant, homophobic ones.
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Have you heard from kids in suburbs today about how you’ve inspired them in the same way Gaga inspired you? I wouldn’t call myself an activist, but I’m definitely vocal about things that I believe are right.
It’s nice when people tweet at me or comment saying, “Thank you so much for standing up or being an advocate because it really helped me find myself and be a little less afraid to be true to myself, even if I don’t live in a community where people don’t totally accept me.” That’s really special for me because I was always looking for that when I was their age, as well.
The vocal group’s new EP, , features seven of the most iconic tracks in pop music history.
From Queen's “Bohemian Rhapsody” to Judy Garland's “Over The Rainbow,” Pentatonix recorded with the intent of bringing people together.