The Minneapolis based five-member a capella group Home Free won season 4 of NBC's 'The Sing-Off' Monday night.
In addition to $100,000, the vocal quintet that was founded 13 years ago by brothers Adam and Chris Rupp, will also receive a recording contract as part of the grand prize package.
Judge Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Men said after they performed during the finale, "You've been solid since Day 1. You guys did awesome tonight."
Following their victory, members Chris Rupp, Tim Foust, Austin Brown, Rob Lunquist and Adam Repp announced the upcoming release of their debut album, 'Crazy Life,' on Columbia Records.
The tracks will include original music, a Johnny Cash cover of 'Ring of Fire,' and a medley of Hunter Hayes songs. The album will be available digitally on January 14 and in stores beginning February 18.
Home Free and the other finalists from the NBC singing competition will take part in 'The Sing-Off Live Tour,' which kicks off in New York on February 19.
The group released a new video YouTube after tweeted, "BEST MOMENT EVER! #SingOff #TeamHomeFree"
Member Tim Foust gushed, "We won!"
Check out their a capella medley of Hunter Hayes tunes below:
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