Cheer Your Day Up With These Malaysia Acapella Groups

If you know Acapella, you must know Pentatonix, one of the most famous Acapella groups in the U.S. Their popularity has carried their name all around the world, with the precision of tone and rhythm to each and every song they sing.

But hey, Malaysia not bad also! We got a few Acapella groups that have made their way to the public, and mouth is the only musical instrument they need. Let’s check out these Malaysia Acapella Groups that you cannot miss:

1. Colour of Voices

Image by COV FB

Colour of Voices can be claimed to be the most famous Malaysia Acapella group, after appearing on the newspaper multiple times.

Their singing video went viral because of their ability to sing different languages, bringing out the rojakness of Malaysian culture.

Image by COV FB

Image by COV FB

They then continued to sing for various celebrations, and they’ve really nailed it by showing the cheekiness and easy-going attitude of true Malaysians~

FB: Colour of Voices

Official website: https://colourofvoices.com/

2. Tapestry

Image by Tapestry FB

Being another well-known Malaysia Acapella group, Tapestry creates wondrous tunes and harmonies by singing in groups. What started out as a simple friendship turns out to be an Acapella group with their fiery passion for music.

Image by Tapestry FB

Image by Tapestry FB

They go on tour all over Malaysia, and they have performances coming up this August at Subang, PJ and KL Chinatown! Be sure to catch them~

FB: Tapestry

Official website: http://www.wearetapestry.com/

3. The Vochale Project

Image by TheVochaleProject FB

The Vochale Project is an all-lady Acapella group; hence, the vocal range of songs sang generally has a higher pitch.

Image by TheVochaleProject FB

Image by TheVochaleProject FB

They create rich and gentle harmonies can that cheer up the atmosphere and warm people’s hearts!

FB: The Vochale Project

Sound cloud profile: https://soundcloud.com/thevochaleproject

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