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UTubers: James the Mormon teams up with The National Parks and 4 other Christmas videos you don’t want to miss

The National Parks starting making music in Provo in 2013, according to the group's website.
The National Parks starting making music in Provo in 2013, according to the group's website.
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Christmas season is in full swing and internet video producers are taking note.

Several YouTubers with Utah ties posted videos celebrating the season in the past few days.

Provo rapper James the Mormon joined with popular Provo-based band The National Parks to release a heartwarming cover of "Joy to The World," highlighting the importance of helping the homeless.

The video shows masses of people being served food and given clothes. Traeger and Nike assisted in meeting the needs of the homeless.

A group of BYU-Idaho students got together to produce, perform and film a stunning cover of Cloverton's "A Christmas Hallelujah."

The video was filmed entirely in Rexburg, Rigby and Idaho Falls, Idaho and features BYU-Idaho students, including talented beatboxer Parker Kane, who starred in a McDonald's commercial in April.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U308ZYWoZ_0BYU women's a cappella group "Noteworthy" sings "Angels We Have Heard on High" in a setting surrounded by lighted Christmas trees.

Violinist Rob Landes joins with vocalist Solomon Reynolds to perform "Bring Him Home" in Landes' latest release.

The video shows actors portraying Christ as a child and Joseph and Mary during the time when Herod was searching for young boys.

Tenor Nathan Pacheco teamed up with Celtic violinist Máiréad Nesbitt to perform "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel."

Watch the videos on YouTube: "Joy to the World," "Hallelujah," "Angels We Have Heard on High," "Bring Him Home" and "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel."