Do you love the song "Royals" by Lorde? Happen to have a passion for college a cappella à la the movie "Pitch Perfect"? Then you're in for a real treat when you hear this whimsical and fun version by the AcaBelles from Florida State University.
The unique take on the smash hit song by the all-female, college a cappella group was performed recently at The Vocal Company's acappellaEd program in Orlando, Fla., and has definitely earned the highest marks from all of us here.
CORRECTION: A previous version of this article transposed the name of the song and the artist's name.
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