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Bryson Tiller And Pentatonix Release Their Cover Of “The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late)” Today


[December 17, 2021 – New York, NY] – Today, Grammy-nominated multi-platinum selling recording artist Bryson Tiller and three-time Grammy Award-winning and multi-platinum selling artist Pentatonix gift fans an early holiday present with the cover of a quintessential holiday tune “The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late)” via Trapsoul/RCA Records. This classic jingle follows the release of Bryson Tiller’s festive EP A Different Christmas and Pentatonix’s 6th holiday album Evergreen.

Listen to “The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late)” HERE

Bryson Tiller’s 7-track EP A Different Christmas included features from Justin Bieber & Poo Bear on “lonely christmas,” Kiana Lede on “present,” Tayla Paron “ain’t a lonely christmas song” and his daughter Halo (Harley Tiller) on “winter wonderland.” The EP received a warm welcome from Billboard, NPR, USA Today, ESSENCE and more. Vibe called the project “a trapsoul Christmas soundtrack” and the New Yorker mentioned that Tiller taps into that yearning for closeness.” Listen to A Different Christmas HERE and watch the “lonely christmas” video HERE.

Pentatonix is currently on their Pentatonix: The Evergreen Christmas Tour 2021, in support of their 6th holiday album, Evergreenwhich was released in October of this year and featured collaborations with Alessia Cara & Lindsey Stirling. Listen to it here and watch the latest music video for “Over the River” ft. Lindsey Stirling here. The Evergreen Christmas Tour 2021 kicked off with a sold-out performance on opening night in Baltimore, MD on November 27th and is continuing on sellout pace through December 23rd where it wraps with two hometown shows in Grand Prairie, TX (December 22nd and 23rd).  Tickets for the Pentatonix: The Evergreen Christmas Tour 2021 are on sale now. For more info and to purchase tickets and VIP packages go to

Year after year, Pentatonix continues to prove they are one of the best-selling groups of holiday music in history. Last year, the group was Billboard’s top streaming artist of holiday music in the US with over 90-million of those streams coming from Christmas week alone. Across all holiday albums, the group sold over half a million units in total consumption.  Additionally, the group has had more songs than any other artist on MRC’s Holiday/Seasonal On-Demand Overall Streaming chart with 19 tracks. 

About Bryson Tiller:
As heartfelt as he is inextricably modern, Bryson Tiller has helped define a generation of atmospheric, trap-inflected R&B. Since releasing his 2015 debut album, T R A P S O U L, the Louisville native has merged delicately powerful melodies with sleek, ambient soundscapes for earnest stories of lust, fractured love, and his own fairy tale come-up, theme music for people with emotions to unfurl and dreams to pursue. Laced with ruminations on romance, as well as spurts of chest-thumping machismo, his maiden LP proved his penchant for hitmaking, as songs like “Don’t” and “Exchange” were both certified 4x platinum by the RIAA. T R A P S O U L itself has been certified 3x platinum. Tiller continued building on his success with 2017’s True to Self, a reflective sophomore LP that debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart before eventually being certified gold. That same year, he popped out for a feature on DJ Khaled’s Rihanna-assisted single, “Wild Thoughts,” a lusty, infectious single that’s since been certified 6x platinum. The following year, he joined H.E.R. on “Could’ve Been,” a contemplative single that has been certified 2x platinum. In 2020, he reaffirmed his status as an R&B tastemaker with A N N I V E R S A R Y, an LP released on the fifth anniversary of his first album. Featuring production from Noah “40” Shebib, a guest spot from Drake (“Outta Time”), as well as the trapsoul stylings that made him a star, the album is both a tribute to fans and a reminder of Tiller’s status as a genre-shaping force in the world of music. Around the same time, he pulled up on “Luv Is Dro,” a nostalgic single from his fellow Kentucky native Jack Harlow. The video for the song has earned over 3.6 million YouTube views since its release. Pairing honesty with musical invention, Tiller has secured more than 8.8 billion streams, 2.4 billion worldwide video views, multiple BET Awards, Grammy nominations, and a legacy as one of the most successful R&B artists Kentucky’s ever produced.

About Pentatonix
Three-time Grammy® Award-winning and multi-platinum-selling artist Pentatonix has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide and performed for hundreds of thousands of fans at their sold out shows across the globe. Their YouTube channel boasts over 19 million subscribers, yielding more than 5 billion video views.

Pentatonix has had two #1 albums on Billboard’s Top 200 Chart – 2015’s gold-certified self-titled album and the 2x platinum That’s Christmas To Me. The group has received multiple RIAA certifications for multi-platinum, platinum and gold-selling albums and singles, a Daytime Emmy nomination, starred in three holiday specials on NBC and appeared in the feature film Pitch Perfect 2.

Last summer, Pentatonix released their At Home EP, which featured new arrangements of “Blinding Lights” (The Weeknd), “when the party’s over” (Billie Eilish), “Break My Heart” (Dua Lipa) and “Dreams” (The Cranberries), before releasing two original songs, “Happy Now” and “Be My Eyes” (from their album, The Lucky Ones), as well as an arrangement and video for Tears for Fears’ “Mad World.”  The quintet also celebrated the end of 2020 with a new holiday collection, We Need A Little Christmas, a performance at Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and NBC’s New Year’s Eve broadcast. Pentatonix released their new original album, The Lucky Ones, in February of 2021 and The Lucky Ones Deluxe in September of 2021. Most recently, the band released their 2021 holiday album, Evergreen. The group is currently on their Pentatonix: The Evergreen Christmas Tour 2021, which kicked off in November of 2021.

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