Pentatonix’s Mitch Grassi And Scott Hoying Show Off Vocal Range In ‘Hip Hop Goes Broadway’ Video
Pentatonix members Scott Hoying and Mitch Grassi also known as YouTube’s Superfruit, uploaded a new video on Tuesday, of their hilarious renditions of popular rap songs as performed on Broadway.
Superfruit’s ‘Hip Hop Takes Broadway’ Viral Video
Hoying and Grassi are widely praised for their phenomenal vocal abilities in the popular a cappella group Pentatonix. Yet, millions of fans follow the sensational singing duo on their YouTube channel where they go by Superfruit. This week Superfruit decided to unleash their Broadway musical vocal talents to serve up a fun twist to some of our favorite rap songs.
The laughs begin as a Broadway piano melody plays in the background and Superfruit sings Jay Z’s hit song, “99 Problems.” The slow melody and beautiful high notes produced by the duo as they recite the lyric, “I have 99 problems but a b‒tch ain’t one…not two…but three,” sounds hilariously ridiculous.
Superfruit continues their renditions with a Broadway version of the Jamie Foxx smash “Blame It on the Alcohol” and a Les Miserables’ Broadway instrumental number of Rihanna’s new song, “B‒tch Better Have My Money.” Hoying and Grassi’s incredible synchronizing melodic voices actually make you forget that you’re really listening to a rap song—about alcohol, money and…*insert expletive here.*
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