A little over two years ago, The Voice and 20 Feet From Stardom diva Judith Hill’s life was struck by tragedy, when her mentor, Prince — producer of her acclaimed 2015 album, Back in Time — shockingly passed away at age 57. Both tracks have an uptown-funky vibe that seems directly influenced by His Purple Majesty, but Hill says that’s more of a subconscious artistic evolution than a deliberate decision. “It’s funny when people say that, because I don’t even know if or when that [happens],” Hill muses, citing the Staple Singers as a direct “On the Rocks” inspiration.
The Season 8 maverick's independent album and stripped-down video establish a much-needed break away from the “high-gloss major-label treatment” of his post-'Voice' release.
“I feel not turning a chair was good for me, because Kelly wasn't there. So the stars really aligned that Season 14 was my season. That was where I should be."
Wake up this Wednesday to news about the Houston Texans cheerleading lawsuit and Rebel Wilson's Photoshopping drama.
I’d assumed Pryor Baird and Britton Buchanan were locks for the Season 14 finale. But one didn't make it through, and one almost didn't.
A "Voice" contestant seems to have nine lives after once again escaping elimination thanks to his electric performance of "Let's Get It On."
This season's frontrunners are Pryor Baird and Britton Buchanan, but don’t rule out Rayshun LaMarr, a man who’s used to beating the odds.
"I never felt pretty, so if I can help another girl to realize that she is amazing, then I've done what I need to do," Kyla declared Monday.
To anyone who was hoping that Christina Aguilera will reprise her role as guest judge on “The Voice,” judging by comments she made recently, we’re sorry to say it’s not likely.
Despite her six seasons, being a coach on the show didn't sit well with Aguilera. “It became something that I didn't feel was what I had signed up for in Season 1,” she tells Billboard. “You realize it’s not about music."
The "Voice" coach Blake Shelton is asserting fans misconstrued his words in his "karma" tweet, which came at a suspect time. But he's still not explaining what he really meant.
“I feel like the tragedy at my school happened, and nobody could know what I went through. Just listening to the music made me feel something," Parkland, Fla., school shooting survivor Noa Golan told Rayshun.
It was coach Kelly Clarkson’s birthday, but she didn’t have much cause for celebration when she had to say goodbye to her team member D.R. King.
After doing her ex-boss J.Hud's "Dreamgirls" showstopper “One Night Only,” Kyla most likely won’t be going back to her day job.