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Pentatonix Just Covered 'Bohemian Rhapsody,' And It Is A Wild, Magical 6 Minutes Of Music

They do not disappoint.

Stop what you're doing — Pentatonix just released an acapella cover of Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody," and it is six minutes of pure magic.

The cover, uploaded to their YouTube channel, comes complete with a music video that seamlessly transitions from scene to scene, adjusting visuals to correlate with the music. Moreover, we're particularly impressed with the group's ability to recreate the original track's powerful instrumentals with their voices. To put it simply, they do not disappoint. 

In less than a day, the video has already collected nearly 500,000 views, including one from a 66-year-old grandfather:

"Here's the deal [Pentatonix], I'm a 66-year-old grandpa," he writes. "Not a choir nerd and can't sing in tune if life depended on it. So, not your usual fan base. But, I love your music! This, once again, shows why! You guys/gal stay humble, stay real and keep making music."

Keep making music, indeed. Check it out their latest performance below:


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