This A Cappella Cover Of “When You Believe” From “The Prince Of Egypt” Is What The World Needs Right Now

by Chanel AdamsPublished Nov 13, 2017

All-girls a cappella group BYU Noteworthy has released their rendition of the classic song “When You Believe” from the hit animated movie The Prince Of Egypt. In the video, the group holding torches while they walk on the sandy beach and sing to the camera.

While it’s a simple music video, it’s seriously powerful. It’s hard to take your eyes off the women. Their voices collide together for a beautiful moment in time. The women of BYU Noteworthy are accompanied by the BYU Women’s Chorus for this breathtaking video. The message behind the song, according to BYU Noteworthy’s Facebook page, is to help people become believers and see the miracles that life brings them.

“When You Believe” is the latest single off their new album How Sweet the Sound, which is already out on iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, and on CD. BYU Noteworthy’s fans already say this song is one of their favorites. One YouTube user wrote, “Super angelic and wicked awesome.” Another one added, “Holy moly…So good!”


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