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30 Seconds with Pentatonix's Mitch Grassi
Ever since Pentatonix won the third season of Sing Off, the group has only gotten better and better. We sat down with Mitch Grassi to see what we could learn about him in 30 seconds.
Rocks Off: What is the worst song in the world?
Mitch Grassi: "Cyclone" by Baby Bash. I think we all know why.
MG: "My self-worth measured in text-back tempo," from "Half Life" by Imogen Heap. Pretty apropos for our 21st-century obsession with technology and relying on texts from that "special someone" to get us through our day.
Also, fun fact, "my self-worth measured in" was a lyric
I used to try and work into my own songs before this one even came
MG: Hope it's not broken, and completely full.
RO: Without worrying about space, time or the laws of physics, what would be the ultimate gig?
MG: Somewhere in Iceland on a gorgeous mountain range. It's my dream destination.
MG: A super-nice modern house in a secluded, scenic area of the world. And a corgi.
MG: A Snickers bar.
MG: Azealia Banks, Patron Saint of Ratchet.
MG: "Bad Mitches like me is hard to come by."