Earlier this week the season 11 finale of “The Voice” revealed the winner, but one performance from a few days ago is worth a second look.
It’s not often you see worship songs performed on a huge network show like “The Voice”, but that’s exactly what we got from a talented singer on Alicia Keys’ 2016 semifinals team and it was amazing.
Christian Cuevas covered Israel Houghton’s, “To Worship You I Live,” complete with a joyful choir.
“So glad that I was able to share God with y’all,” Cuevas tweeted to his fans before the final vote was cast — a reference made to the song that moved both the audience and the judges.
So glad that I was able to share God with y'all. Now please go vote ! Please! And go get the iTunes. https://t.co/FQDSu7g82h
— Christian Cuevas (@ccuevasmusic) December 6, 2016
Keys told the singer that was “a dream-come-true performance.”
Blake Shelton added, “whether you’re doing an uptempo, fun song or a sad song, or a song of faith and worship like you just did, you have the ability to make us feel …that’s the mark of a great artist.”