Pentatonix singer Matt Sallee on fame, Hollywood: ‘It’s all about God’

Leah MarieAnn KlettSep 24, 2019 01:17 PM EDT
In addition to his work with Pentatonix, Matt Sallee is a singer and worship leader with E58 Worship, a group unique in their commitment to build a community focused on prayer, hearing God’s voice, and active worship. | Biscuit Media Group

For Pentatonix singer Matt Sallee, faith has always been front and center when it comes to his music career. 

The son of a music pastor, Sallee grew up singing in church for as long as he can remember. 

"I would sit next to my dad with the organ and I would sing for the church where I grew up in Baltimore, Maryland," the 25-year-old bass singer recalled during an interview with The Christian Post. "I was involved in youth ministry and in high school ministry - my walk with God was a constant and consistent."

But while attending Berklee College Boston, Sallee experienced what he called a "crisis of faith."

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