Pentatonix have officially been turned into Legos!
The group — Avi Kaplan, Scott Hoying, Kirstin Maldonado, Kevin Olusola, and Mitch Grassi — dropped their “Up on The Housetop” video just after their all-new Christmas special, which aired on NBC last night.
For the “Up on The Housetop” vid — it’s actually a 360 VR vid, so you can move the visual wherever you like!
“#MyFavoritePartVideo ???? That time I dropped my groceries, had a bowl of Cheerios, fell in love w my neighbor through the wall telepathically and it rained in my apartment,” Ariana, 23, captioned with her Instagram post. “I love you @larryfisherman. We made another cool duet and i like your singing voice.”
The couple previously worked together on Ari‘s “The Way,” which was the first song she released off her debut album Yours Truly.
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Pentatonix just made us cry like a waterfall over this Snowman love story!
The group — Avi Kaplan, Scott Hoying, Kirstin Maldonado, Kevin Olusola, and Mitch Grassi — just dropped their official video for “Coldest Winter”, which is featured on their A Pentatonix Christmas album.
In the vid, you can see a Snowlady dreaming of places abroad and not getting any attention from the Snowman, causing her to pack up and shatter their perfect life in the Snowglobe. It’s so sad!
The clip for “Be The One” also unveils the new Lexus LED-Covered LIT IS, a custom vehicle wrapped in 41,999 programmable LEDs that turn the car into a screen capable of broadcasting dynamic graphics and videos. The first-of-its-kind collaboration pairs Dua’s powerful vocals with an ethereal storyline, featuring the vehicle as a character and visual anchor in a story that also casts actor Ansel as Dua’s former love.
The track, which is a cover of a 1955 Eddie Taylor song, is taken from the band’s brand new album Blue And Lonesome, which is available on iTunes and all other digital platforms now!
In the clip, directed by the acclaimed Francois Rousselet and shot by Newton Thomas Sigel, sees Kristen dancing it out and riding a vintage mustang around L.A.
“It didn’t take much more than a few words to get me amped on the idea. The Stones. A 65 Mustang. Alone in Los Angeles. And the shoot was just as dreamy as the idea,” Kristen said in a statement. “We tore LA apart in a day and we had one hell of a soundtrack.”
Camila Cabello and Machine Gun Kelly play out a bad boy meets good girl story line in the just released music video for their hit collaboration “Bad Things“!
“There’s something about America’s sweetheart and America’s bad boy,” the 26-year-old rapper told Billboard. “That juxtaposition is what everyone desires. Prior to this it was ‘Bonnie and Clyde’ from Jay and Beyoncé, going back further you have Romeo and Juliet.”
“The first time I heard the song, I felt an instant connection to it,” Camila, 19, who is part of Fifth Harmony, added. “To me it’s sexy, but I didn’t really think about it as being edgy and a step further, because it represents feelings about love that I related to. You feel them both in the vocals and it’s just a beautiful juxtaposition.”