The Battle Round concluded on Tuesday night on the 15th season of NBC The voice.
Adam Levine, Jennifer Hudson Y Kelly Clarkson They had already used their robberies in this round, so Blake Shelton He was the only coach with a remaining theft. The artists who advanced will compete in the Knockouts next week. Celebrity Mentors Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett, Halsey Y EEC Green We went back to help the artists.
First it was Erika Zade and Sarah Grace from Team Kelly, singing "No Roots" for Alice Merton. Zade had to work on his confidence, and Clarkson encouraged both of them to take the attitude to their performance. They mixed well, both brought a soft pop sound to the song.
In their final performance, they brought a lot of dynamics to the duo, playing their strengths and delivering a powerful pop ballad. Clarkson chose Grace as the winner, and Zade was eliminated.
Kameron Marlowe and Kayley Hill of the Blake team followed with a performance of "I Only Wanna Be With You" from Hootie and the puffer fish. The country singers were well paired, and Urban encouraged Marlowe to leave the guitar to really focus on his presence and his voice.
The slow arrangement allowed both artists to really focus on the voices and show their tone and range. Both found the emotions in the song and gave a convincing duet. Shelton chose Kameron as the winner, and Hill went home.
In the battles that were not completely broadcast, Claire DeJean of Team Kelly beat Josh Davis, Kirk Jay of Team Blake beat Caeland Garner and Kennedy Holmes of Team Jennifer beat Lela.
At the close of the Battle Round of season 15, Deandre Nico and Funsho of Team Adam sang "Can you stand the rain" from New edition. Levine chose the song to suit the two artists, who have a similar sound and gender bias. Green worked with them in their careers.
Both artists delivered solid performances and ad-libs in their final performance and also had a strong chemistry, giving a really strong duo. It was one of the best battles of the season. Levine chose Nico as the winner, and Shelton picked up Funsho.
The Knockouts begin next week in The Voice.
This article originally appeared on THR.com.