Pentatonix Releases Killer Video for Their Cover of Bohemian Rhapsody

If you ask many musicians, one of the hardest songs to cover is, I bet many will say Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” with all its changes of melodies and tones. It really is like four songs in one, so think about covering that song with just the power of your voice. Well that what a capella super group Pentatonix did. They just use their voices with a little help on the engineering side and they knock it out the park.

It’s not just the way they sing it, but the music video that they put together to it as it seems to be one long continuous take. They also pay homage to the original Queen music video, but put a whole different spin on it. The music video was only posted on YouTube a few days ago and already has over 7 million views. It’s really something to see and you can check it out here.

Frank Calo

Frank Calo was born and raised in Cleveland, Ohio — known for the birthplace of rock and roll, Lebron James, and yes, our river catching on fire even if it was almost 50 years ago.

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