During Night 4 of “The Voice” Season 13 battle rounds, Eric Lyn and Ignatious Carmouche of Team Jennifer Hudson performed Allen Stone‘s “Unaware.” Miley Cyrus told Carmouche that he appeared “very comfortable” on stage, Adam Levine remarked that Carmouche knew “no bounds,” while Blake Shelton admitted that Lyn “had the most control.” But what did their coach Hudson think? Watch Eric Lyn and Ignatious Carmouche battle it out in “The Voice” video above.
“I think I’m sick,” revealed Hudson after the artists finished their performance. “Vocally you guys are equal. I love that both of you took my notes, so I’m owning your superpower. I really feel sick, I want to go home right now because it’s that tough. Oh, man. This is a decision that I do not want to have to make. Can I leave and they stay?”
After cringing in her seat, Hudson finally made her choice. “I want to make my decision based off of who I felt was the most confident in that moment. If you don’t believe in who you are, then no one will believe in who you are. And so with that being said, I’m gonna have to go with Eric.”
Lyn is 26 years old and currently resides in Los Angeles, California. Here is his official NBC bio: “Eric has a high voice, and when he was younger used to get offended when people told him he sounded like a woman. Now he loves the fact that he has a unique voice. He is currently attending California State University, Northridge, where he is studying classical music and vocal performance and is two classes away from graduating. To make ends meet, he works as a background singer for up-and-coming artists and gives vocal lessons to clients from seven to 50 years old.”
Carmouche is 23 years old and currently lives in Opelousas, Louisiana. His official NBC bio states: “Ignatious is last season’s “The Voice on Snapchat” winner. In January of this year, Ignatious submitted a video of himself singing “Pretty Wings” by Maxwell. Never in a million years did he think he’d make it, but out of 20,000 submissions he ended up winning with Team Adam, and was granted a chance to audition for the Season 13 Blind Auditions, and ended up on Team Jennifer. Ignatious grew up in a very religious household, which is why he grew up singing in church. Being a shy kid, he would sing with his back toward the congregation, but as he got older his confidence grew. He eventually started playing the piano and alto saxophone, and finally took singing seriously. Late last year, he got his ministry license and co-founded his own music ministry. Ignatious is ready to show the world the power of his vocals outside of the church by appearing on The Voice.”
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