What I used to struggle with was letting all that consume you as opposed to focusing on the good reasons to improve yourself.Now I feel like I have a little more sense of my place. Dina: With young girls looking at you as a role model, how do you want to be perceived by your fans as a young woman yourself?Dina: As the group grows rapidly and more in the limelight, do you feel pressure in any way to look a particular way?Kirstie: I dealt with a lot of self conscious issues coming out to LA because it happened so quickly.I want to inspire people to tear down their walls, especially for teenage girls.So many people don’t believe in themselves; people are worth so much more than what social media shows.Kirstie Maldonado- Interview With Pentatonix’ Lead Singer I recently had the chance to chat with Kirstie Maldonado (bio below)- the female lead singer of the wildly popular acapella group Pentatonix.They’re about to launch a tour this February 2014 and I wanted to get Kirstie’s thoughts on a few subjects. I was friends with Scott since high school so we’re all friends. How did music come to be such a major part of your life?
A freshman at The University of Southern California, Scott decided to audition for the show and enlisted childhood friends and fellow Arlington, Texas-natives Kirstie and Mitch.Pentatonix Bio: Vocal sensations and winners of season 3 of NBC’s The Sing-Off, Pentatonix are taking instrument-free music far beyond anyone’s wildest expectations.Named after the world’s most widely recognized five-note music scale, this quintet has transformed one of pop music’s purest and most soulful expressions into an exciting future, filled with limitless sonic possibility.I think we’ll always do some covers since that’s where we started and people love that but we’re not just a cover band.I think our next album will be mostly original music with a couple of covers.