The 21-year-old signed a four-year deal with the West Midlands club last week after joining in a £5 million switch from Reading, according to Get Reading.
He joined his new Aston Villa team-mates on their pre-season trip to Austria, where he was forced to undergo the traditional initiation when many players join a new club.
"As well as the grueling schedule, we have had some downtime also – and music was a theme on this trip," he told the club's official website.
"We had the three new boys doing their initiation songs at various points during the week – and all three did a very good job. I was particularly impressed with Aaron Tshibola. He started off nervously but really had everyone clapping at the end."
Aston Villa fans will be glad to hear there is a normal atmosphere in the camp. Last season, there was very little to sing about as the Villans picked up just 17 points in a miserable Premier League campaign, resulting in them finishing bottom of the table.
But supporters will be hoping that manager Roberto Di Matteo - who replaced Remi Garde as permanent manager - can unite the squad a little more this time around.
They get their Championship season underway with a trip to last season's beaten playoff finalists Sheffield Wednesday on August 7.