‘The Voice’ battle rounds: Adam Cunningham and Natalie Stovall belt out ‘Boondocks’ for Blake Shelton [WATCH]

During Night 4 of “The Voice” Season 13 battle rounds, Adam Cunningham and Natalie Stovall of Team Blake Shelton performed Little Big Town‘s “Boondocks.” Jennifer Hudson said she’d pick Cunningham because of his “presence,” Miley Cyrus praised both of their “individuality,” while Adam Levine noted that Stovall had a “lot of the heavy lifting.” But what did their coach Shelton think? Watch Adam Cunningham and Natalie Stovall battle it out in “The Voice” video above.

“You guys are both pros and great singers and great people,” Shelton admitted as he deliberated who to choose. “I don’t know what to do here. Does one of y’all just want to give up? Look, nobody won or lost that performance so all I can do now is think further ahead, and which one of the two of you do I feel like there’s some things we can do?”

“I’m just gonna say that the winner of this battle is Adam,” Shelton concluded. Do you think Cunningham has what it takes to become the sixth “Voice” champion for Shelton? Let us know by sounding off down in the comments section.

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Cunningham is 38 years old and currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee. Here is his official NBC bio: “Adam, a session singer in Nashville, grew up singing at churches with his mom and dad before releasing a few Christian albums as a young adult. Things were starting to look good until 2011 when his career went on the fritz as he and his first wife divorced. Adam put music on hold until 2013 when he met his current wife, Courtney. She brought light into Adam’s life and he started writing songs again. A year ago, Adam and Courtney welcomed a baby girl into their family. Now, more than ever, Adam wants to make a successful career singing his music.”

Stovall is 35 years old and currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee. Her official NBC bio states: “When Natalie was four, her grandma enrolled her in violin lessons and at age 10, she got a gig in the Opryland Kids Club. Throughout her childhood, Natalie performed everywhere from “The Oprah Winfrey Show” to the Grand Ole Opry and eventually used her earnings to go to Berklee College of Music. While at Berklee, Natalie formed the band Natalie Stovall and Green Line South. It was her first time writing and playing original music. Every summer, the band would play shows around Tennessee. Unfortunately, after graduation in 2004, everyone left the band except for the drummer, who is now Natalie’s husband. The two formed her current band, Natalie Stovall and the Drive. On the side, Natalie plays fiddle and sings for Bobby Bones and the Raging Idiots. In 2013, Natalie and her band were signed to Hitshop Records and their first single, “Baby Come On With It,” broke the Top 40 country charts. Unfortunately, two weeks before the release of their second single, the investors backed out and the company went bankrupt. Despite setbacks, The Voice is Natalie’s chance to pick up her career again.”

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