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Bryson Tiller is doing everything in his power to cement his status as the R&B king of Christmas this year, it seems. The “Outta Time” recording artist recently shared "A Different Christmas," and now, just a few weeks later he’s teamed up with acappella group Pentatonix to give us their take on “The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late).” The song is sure to put you in the holiday mood. Since it's a remake of a classic, you’ll already know all of the words, and Tiller’s beautiful voice pairs perfectly with Pentatonix to create a vocal medley that you’ll want to play over and over again during the coming weeks. On his latest album, the Kentucky native collaborated with Justin Bieber and Poo Bear on “Lonely Christmas,” Kiana Lede on “present,” and Tayla Parx on “Ain’t A Lonely Christmas song.” However, the 28-year-old most noteworthy feature is "Halo" — a.k.a. Harley, Tiller’s daughter. The eight-year-old singer is featured on the most classic cut of the album, “Winter Wonderland.” When it comes to his daughter’s love for music, Tiller says it was always apparent, but recently, he realized just how promising Harley’s voice is. “I was with her for Halloween, and she was singing an Ariana Grande song, and she hit some note, and I was like, ‘Yo, hold on,'” he says. The 28-year-old singer is already working on the album’s deluxe version, which he says will include happier tracks.

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