BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Pentatonix members Matt Sallee and Kevin Olusola may be part of one of the best-known a cappella groups worldwide, even earning a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame earlier this year, but the devout Christians don’t view themselves as celebrities.
Rather, their goal is to serve as “Daniels” in mainstream culture, bringing light into dark spaces.
“When you look at Daniel in the Bible, he goes into the culture, and he gets to infiltrate, but he also gets to stay true to the one true God,” Olusola, beatboxer and vocalist with the group, told The Christian Post.
“I think for us, the goal is just to be a light in culture, and show people how beautiful and joyous and cool the Gospel is. I think there’s a lot of stigma around the Gospel; that ‘it’s just not for me,’ ‘it can’t be.’ But actually, Jesus invites every single person into a relationship.”