RadioandMusic
| 19 Sep 2020
'The Sing-Off' champs Pentatonix sign record deal with RCA Records

MUMBAI: Popular acapella quintet Pentatonix has signed a lucrative record deal with Sony Music Entertainment's flagship record label, RCA Records.

RCA President & COO Tom Corson said in a press statement, "We are thrilled to have Pentatonix join RCA. Their musicality and special vocal abilities have enabled them to create innovative original songs as well as re-create some of today's biggest hits. Pentatonix is unique to our business and we look forward to working with them as we take their talents to new and exciting heights everywhere in the world."

The group expressed their excitement over starting a new chapter of their career with RCA "We feel like we've found a home where we can truly develop our artistry with the best in the industry," they said, according to reports.

Pentatonix, best known for their creative covers and three albums, including the holiday themed (PTX Volume 1, PTXmas and PTX Volume 2) have 445 million views on YouTube and a huge subscriber base of 5.6 million. Their channel is the 61st most subscribed-to-channel. Their win on 'The Sing-Off' third season took them to new heights with their record sales exceeding 500,000 copies.

The American quintet recently sold-out their 32-date North American Tour and are currently on tour in Europe. Pentatonix is made up by Scott Hoying, Mitch Grassi, Kirstin Maldonado, Avi Kaplan and Kevin Olusola.