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Ramifications is the premier, award winning a cappella group on VCU's Monroe Park Campus. Founded in 2009, the group started out as the 'Compass Singers', but officially changed their name to the Ramifications by the Summer of 2010.

Nine years later, the Ramifications have only grown in talent and notoriety, and have established themselves as a force to be reckoned with on VCU's campus. The Ramifications host Richmond Rhythm, Virginia's very own annual collegiate a cappella invitational, and have competed and performed all around Virginia. In 2018, they were the first group from Virginia Commonwealth University to advance to the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella (ICCA), and in 2020 placed 2nd at the ICCA Mid-Atlantic Regional Quarterfinal, securing themselves a spot in Semifinals.

The Ramifications have just released their first full-length studio album, Genesis, which can be found on all streaming platforms (e.g. Spotify, Apple Music) and hard copy albums can be purchased from the group for $15. They have also just released the music video for one of their recorded tracks, Cellophane, which can be found on their YouTube channel. They are so excited to share all their hard work with you — to stay up-to-date on everything they're doing, be sure to follow the rest of their social media accounts!


2022 ICCA Mid-Atlantic Quarterfinals: 1st Place Overall, Outstanding Arrangement (Kabir Ali)


2021 ICCA Finalists


Advanced to 2020 ICCA Mid-Atlantic Semifinals 

2020 ICCA Mid-Atlantic Quarterfinals: 2nd Place Overall, Best Choreography (Mariah Batten for Sikiliza Kwa Wahenga) 

Featured on 2020 Best of Collegiate A Cappella Album (Bellyache opb. Billie Eilish)

CNU's University Sounds 2019 "Sing Your Heart Out" Competition: Second Place overall, Fan Favorite, Best Soloist (Seth Lyons)  

2019 ICCA Quarterfinals: 3rd Place Overall, Best Soloist (Seth Lyons)

Advanced to 2018 ICCA Quarterfinals 

CNU's University Sounds 2018 "Sing Your Heart Out" Competition: 1st Place Overall 

CNU's University Sounds 2016 "Sing Your Heart Out" Competion: 1st Place Overall, Best Soloist (Brooke Edwards), and Best Beatboxer

CNU's Take Note 2015 "Aquapella" Competition: Fan Favorite

Wake Forest University's 2015 Wake-Appella Competition: 2nd Place & Best Arrangement (Take Me To Church)

CNU's 2014 Shamrockapella Competition: 1st Place Overall & Best Soloist (Maggie Mayes)


Photo Credits: Keshia Eugene

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