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Review: Pentatonix spectacular at Madison Square Garden in New York SPECIAL
They opened their concert with Ariana Grande's "Problem," which was the quintessential sing-along.Their Beyonce medley of hits was equally noteworthy and superb, which included "Crazy In Love," "Baby Boy," "Halo," "Sweet Dreams," "Irreplaceable" and an angelic rendition of "If I Were a Boy." They proved that they can take any song from any other artist, twist it and make it their own.
"How are you feeling New York City?" asked Scott Hoying from the band, prior to noting that they always have the "most fun" performing in New York, especially due to the crowd's energy.
After expressing their gratitude towards their fans, they sang an upbeat version of Lady Gaga' "Telephone," which was the first mash-up of songs that they arranged as a group together.
Pentatonix noted their obsession
for Sam Smith and sang a mash-up of "La La Latch," which was
haunting yet beautiful.
Pentatonix also praised their record label, Sony Music. Other remarkable vocals included "Uptown Funk," "Let's Get It On," "Evolution of Music" and they closed with "On My Way Home."
For their encore, they brought their fans in the holiday spirit with "That's Christmas To Me," and they closed with their Grammy-winning "Daft Punk," the latter of which was sheer perfection.