Gospel/blue grass craftsman Keisha Renee performing Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance” for Team Blake Shelton. Renee was combined up against Kathrina Feigh, with Renee demonstrating triumphant and thumping out Feigh. Watch Renee’s triumphant execution from “The Voice” knockouts above.
Back in her visually impaired tryout, Renee performed “I Can’t Stop Loving You” and each of the four mentors turned their seats around: Shelton, Miley Cyrus, Adam Levine and Jennifer Hudson. Whenever we saw Renee in the fight rounds, she and Noah Mac sang “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” and Renee was pronounced the victor by her mentor Shelton. Exceptional counselor Kelly Clarkson helped Renee and the greater part of the other outstanding specialists in the knockouts. Toward the finish of this round just 20 specialists will remain and perform in the live shows of NBC’s unscripted television program.
Keisha was conceived in Los Angeles and grew up singing at chapel. Gospel music is certainly her establishment, however after secondary school she moved to Houston where she found blue grass music. In spite of the fact that she became hopelessly enamored with nation, it set aside her a long opportunity to seek after it since she was frequently told she would be more qualified for pop or R&B. Keisha put in seven years functioning as an expert foundation vocalist, and throughout the previous five years her supervisor has been Nicki Minaj. Visiting with Nicki was completely astonishing, yet in the wake of having her little girl Amari two years back, Keisha experienced a major way of life change.
For the duration of her life she has dependably battled with her weight and amid her pregnancy she weighed 356 pounds and was determined to have diabetes. It was a tremendous reminder for her and Keisha feels having her little girl helped spare her life. She has since lost the weight and feels like right now is an ideal opportunity to at last pursue her actual dream of turning into a blue grass craftsman.