Pentatonix sings Steve Wonder’s ‘I Just Called to Say I Love You,’ which is magical. Pentatonix is known for taking classic hits like this one and making Acappella versions of them, which stirs nostalgia in fans.
The Grammy Award-winning crew have released their take of the hit song originally written and composed by Steve Wonders in 1984. And it is as excellent as you’d expect for Pentatonix.
The song was part of his album, The Woman in Red, and it has gone on to win academic awards. It has also been covered by countless groups of people in talent shows and stage performances.
The Pentatonix is an American music group based in Arlington, Texas. Their vocalists include Scott Hoying, Kirstin Maldonado, Mitch Grassi, Kevin Olusola, and Matt Sallee, who took turns to sing.
The performance had drama too. It showed young men and women calling or receiving calls for their loved ones. This shows the straightforwardness of the song right from its title.
In the performance, you’ll see young men smiling to themselves and rearranging their hairs. The contemporary sound for adults has the simple message of love.
It adds that love can be expressed at any time regardless of the time of year. On New Year’s Eve, on birthdays, or even when the seasons change, just call someone to say you love them.