From The Voice contestant who brought you the amazing cover of Sia’s “Chandelier” that fans couldn’t help but listen to on repeat, comes a version of Adele’s “Set Fire To The Rain” that will leave many in awe. On Monday night’s episode of The Voice, Jordan Smith belted out a rendition of the song for his “Knockout round” performance against contestant Viktor Kiraly, showing a vocal range that earned him a standing ovation from both the coaches and audience.
“Jordan commands your attention so much to the point where you’re completely just swept away by what he does, it’s really special,” said Adam Levine, Smith’s coach on the show. “Jordan can win this entire competition, no doubt.”
Levine went on to pick the 21-year-old Kentuckian to advance to the next round of the singing competition, “The Live Playoffs,” where audience voting will decide whether or not he gets a spot in the Top 12.
See the full performance below:
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