On Monday’s episode of “The Voice,” the four artists still in the competition — Chris Blue, Lauren Duski, Jesse Larson and Aliyah Moulden — each sang an original song. We asked who you thought was the best and the majority of you went with Duski followed by Blue. Larson and Moulden were far back of these two top contenders.
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Chris Blue ( “Money on You”)
This dance song was crafted by a quartet of talented tunesmiths who have collaborated with some of the top talents in music: Mike Dupree, JHart, Scribz Riley and Talay Riley. And it was overseen by Fifth Harmony‘s producer Tinashe Sibanda.
Lauren Duski (“Déjà Vu”)
Duski was the only one of the four to have co-written her original song; she worked with Daniel Doron Henig and Cody Tarpley on this power ballad that chronicles the aftermath of a breakup.
Jesse Larson (Woman”)
Larson got into the final after winning last week’s Instant Save with a Chris Stapleton song (“Tennessee Whiskey”). Tonight, he tackled an original track by the country star that showcased his distinctive style.
Aliyah Moulden (“Never Be Lonely”)
This teen talent had fun bopping to this tune by singer/songwriter Jake Hagood (“Goodbye”) who has produced hits for Cody Simpson and Lucy Hale.
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