Among BYU’s many notable organizations is the Emmy-winning men’s a cappella group Vocal Point, who entertain and inspire with their stunning voices and energetic performances. The group has produced more than 30 music videos, which have garnered upwards of 130 million views on YouTube. On Spotifyalone, the group has 1.9 million listeners.
In 2006 the group won the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, considered by many to be the world championships of a cappella, and led one reviewer to say, “Their performances had everything one should look for in a champion: technical and musical precision, choreography, humor, polish, style, and flair.”
Five years later Vocal Point took their harmonies to the prime-time stage to compete on NBC’s show The Sing-Off, where they made it to the top five. Ben Folds, a judge on the show, said of Vocal Point, “There is this intangible thing—where the singer is completely being himself and is translating something that you can’t even put your finger on, but you know it’s big.”
In 2019, Vocal Point signed a recording contract with Universal Music Group and a performing contract with IMG Artists.