Pentatonix’s Chilling Rendition Of “Hallelujah” Will Move You To Tears, This Is Beautiful!
I’ve heard this song half a dozen times, but when I listened to this jaw-dropping a cappella rendition, I just couldn’t hold back the tears.
The 1984 Leonard Cohen classic, “Hallelujah”, has been covered by countless singers. But Pentatonix’s unique spin on this famous song is different — to say the least.
Pentatonix was originally formed by five friends who grew up together in Texas. The group eventually made their big debut on NBC’s singing competition The Sing Off. The talented singers went on to win the competition, earning them $200,000 and a recording contract with Sony Music.
Their talented voices and mesmerizing harmonies coupled with their unique style and creative arrangement of old songs makes them one of the most awe-inspiring group of singers in the world today.
Watch Pentatonix’s powerful rendition of “Hallelujah.” I promise you don’t want to miss this:
Wasn’t that just beautiful? I couldn’t help but hit replay!
“Hallelujah! O my soul, praise God! All my life long I’ll praise God, singing songs to my God as long as I live.” Psalm 146:1-2 MSG
Please share if Pentatonix’s beautiful rendition encouraged your heart today.