Tonight, the top ten on The Voice are going to be hitting the stage! Leading up to that, we of course are fulfilling our weekly tradition of sharing some song spoilers for all of the contestants. Some of these are fairly predictable, but a number of them should sell at least reasonably well on iTunes.
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Take a look at all of our songs, alongside our brief assessment of them, at the bottom of this article.
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DeAndre Nico, “That’s What I Like” – This could also be our reaction to learning that DeAndre is doing a song from Bruno Mars. It’s easy to get behind this for so many different reasons, with the biggest one being that it’s modern and should be appreciated.
Reagan Strange, “Cry” – Faith Hill is beloved among viewers of this show, so go ahead and chalk this one up for a big seller on iTunes overnight.
Chris Kroeze, “Callin’ Baton Rouge” – While we’re not exactly sure we would say this is the perfect song for Chris to be doing on The Voice for the sake of getting attention, it’s hard to argue against it being a good specific choice for his voice.
Dave Fenley, “When You Say Nothing At All” – Great choice, and one a million times more suited to one that he should be doing on this particular show than the surprisingly-cheesy outing last week.
Kirk Jay, “Tomorrow” – Modern country for a guy who wants to be a modern country singer. It’s hard for Kirk to go wrong with this.
Kennedy Holmes, “Me Too” – This isn’t a song we expected Kennedy to do. Yet, we do like that she’s doing something a little bit upbeat and fun. This song is tongue-and-cheek and we hope viewers get the humor in it.
MaKenzie Thomas, “Because You Loved Me” – A little more of a predictable choice for MaKenzie, but clearly, what she’s been doing so far this season is really working for her.
Chevel Shepherd, “You’re Looking at Country” – It’s Loretta Lynn. Classic country, and a good song choice for Chevel to boot.
Kymberli Joye, “Oceans (Where My Feet May Fall)” – We’re a little bit concerned about two gospel / religious songs in a row, just because that may cause her to be pigeonholed as more of just a gospel singer — yet, it is hard to argue with the results from last week.
Sarah Grace, “Amazing Grace” – This is a departure from much of what we’ve heard from Sarah, but there is no doubt this is a song everyone knows.
What do you think about some of the song spoilers for The Voice top 10? Be sure to share below! (Photo: NBC.)