A British rock band named Queen is way too cool for other people to do a featuring of their songs. This is because Freddie Mercury who is their leader and the entire team is really talented.
People, including the judges were more than stunned at The Voice’s semifinals, when Jordan Smith interpreted “Somebody To Love,” a song by the Queens. With this performance, Smith, who was also a contestant in the Season nine, did wonderfully more than the previous performances when he sang “Set Fire to the Rain,” a hit by Adele, and the covering of the “Great Is Thy Faithfulness.”
At the semifinals, Smith, who is an inborn of Kentucky, was together with a Christian choir, which even raised the quality of his performance.
When he finished performing, Adam Levine, his personal coach, never found a way to contain himself at the seat he was sitting on as he woke up shouting that he had done it. In no time, Levine was at the stage embracing Smith to appreciate his spectacular performance.
When he was given an opportunity to speak, Levine said that Smith’s performance was among the amazing things that his naked eyes has ever seen.
It surely was an amazing performance since his featuring was the first on the iTunes Top Songs chart, outstanding the “Hello” by Adele.
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