What songs are the top 11 on The Voice going to sing? Over the course of this article, we’re going to bring you all the scoop!
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Below, you can see (via iTunes) all of the songs that the remaining contestants are going to be doing for the week. We do think that there are some really interesting choices in here and with that in mind, it’s going to be fun to dive into all of them throughout the episode tonight! Be sure to come back then for a full review for all that transpires.
DeAndre Nico, “Cry for You” – The Jodeci song is almost vintage 1990’s R&B, complete with one of the cheesiest music videos of all time. With his voice, though, he could kill it.
Reagan Strange, “Complicated” – Sure, on paper the Avril Lavigne song is a strange choice; yet, it’d be totally fun to her a different sort of arrangement than any that we’ve had a chance to hear to date.
Dave Fenley, “Use Me” – One of the things that is consistent across all of Blake’s team this week is they are doing established songs that should play really well to country or classic rock fans. Basically, this is Blake’s sweet spot.
Kirk Jay, “Body Like a Back Road” – This song feels almost perfect for Kirk, at least in terms of it being a major modern country hit.
Chris Kroeze, “Long Train Runnin” – A fantastic choice for Chris given that it should appeal to his audience — and to fans of his mentor.
Kennedy Holmes, “Greatest Love of All” – This is another big song for one of the show’s youngest contestants. Will it work for her?
MaKenzie Thomas, “Emotion” – Really? This is the biggest surprise of the list, mostly because this isn’t even one of the few most-known songs from the Bee Gees’ catalogue.
Sarah Grace, “Dog Days Are Over” – The Florence + the Machine song feels pretty much perfect for her. Expect a lot of sales on iTunes for it.
Kymberli Joye, “Break Every Chain” – It’s Kymberli’s week to go in the gospel direction apparently, and we totally get it here — she has an outstanding gospel voice and should nail most of the runs here.
Chevel Shepherd, “Space Cowboy” – A modern country song by Kacey Musgraves. In other words, this is a pretty perfect choice for her.
Lynnea Moore, “Consequences” – More than anything, we just want to see Lynnea tackle something that feels very much appropriate for the sort of artist she wants to be. We don’t know a whole lot about her yet.
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