MayTree Acapella

As much as we enjoy bringing you information on some of the great products available for Apple product users, even we can get distracted.

That’s what happened when we found the MayTree YouTube channel.

Who is MayTree?

MayTree is a South Korean A Cappella group.

The group has been together since 1999 and have won numerous awards including:

  • 2009 3rd prize at the International A Cappella Competition
  • 2010 2nd prize at the International A Cappella Competition
  • 2011 Busan Choral International Competition – 1st prize of Popular Music category
  • 2013 Yeosu Choral International Competition – 1st prize of Pop & Jazz category
  • 2014 World Choir Games – 2 Gold Medals of Jazz category and Pop choral category

Most recently, their popularity in the U.S. has grown with their A Cappella rendition of iPhone ringtones and system sounds.

To be fair, the iPhone tones were preceded by a similar video of Windows system sounds.

If video games are more your style, they’ve got you covered there too.

If you would like to hear more from this very talented group, check out their YouTube page here.

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