FOX’s singing competition, The Four: Battle for Stardom, entered its second week! Who rose to the arise and became a partial of The Four?
The Four’s artists (Lex Lang, Zhavia, Saeed Renaud, and Ash Minor) entertained the throng and the experts with an bomb cover of En Vogue’s “Free Your Mind.” Minor was the only artist who was not challenged last week, as Lang kept her chair while Zhavia and Renaud stole the strange two members of The Four’s chairs.
Round One: Candice Boyd Versus Ash Minor
28-year-old Candice Boyd worked with Nicki Minaj and French Montana, but has struggled to mangle out as a solo artist. She was shaken to sing in front of Diddy, but Boyd held her restraint when she walked out on stage. Boyd sang Mary J. Blige’s “I’m Goin’ Down” for her plea song. She showcased heart and essence with her opening and called out Meghan Trainor in her performance. Boyd perceived a station acclaim from all 4 experts and Diddy, who creatively available the strain with Mary, settled that she deserved to plea one of the Four.
Boyd perceived all 4 blue rings and gave her the right to plea a member of the Four. She motionless to test Ash Minor. The strange member of the Four left his home country of Australia to hunt for a music career. Minor achieved Miguel’s “Adorn” and he done Trainor cry during his jaw-dropping performance. Boyd countered with Ariana Grande’s “Dangerous Woman,” while it had some splendid moments the opening felt rushed. Trainor and Walk even settled that her theatre participation indispensable work.
The assembly had the energy to confirm who would win the foe and with a opinion between 55-percent and 45-percent, Brown won and sent the strange member of The Four packing.
Round Two: Stevie Brock
Fashion backer Stevie Brock came dressed to stir and Trainor desired the outfit. He auditioned with Maroon 5’s “Sugar.” Brock bounced around the stage, but the artists and the row were not feeling it. Charlie Walk questioned his brand; Diddy called him a “fairly decent performer.” Brock certified that he was shaken and that murderous DJ Khaled who settled that he could not be shaken while wearing that outfit. The row motionless against advancing Brock into the next round.
Round Three: Cheyenne Elliott Versus Lex Lu
New York City proprietor Cheyenne Elliott brought her family to her try-out including her grandmother: music fable Dionne Warwick. Elliott motionless to sing Little Mix’s “Wings” for her try-out song, and the assembly desired examination Warwick’s lucent honour as Elliott performed. Trainor enjoyed the performance, but Diddy wanted to trust in her performance.
Despite Diddy’s comments, the row voted for Elliott to plea a member of the Four and she challenged Lex Lu. The remaining strange member gave her take on Migos’s “Bad and Boujee.” Lu fought her mark but divided the panel. Elliott countered with Sam Smith’s “Too Good At Goodbyes.” The Sam Smith strain was a clever strain choice for Elliott, and she won the challenge, which meant that the final member of the strange organisation was separated from the competition.
Round Four: Cocoa Sarai
The Brooklyn music teacher hoped to that her The Four: Battle for Stardom performance would enthuse her students. She dedicated her opening of Labrinth’s “Jealous” to her mother, who upheld divided from cancer. Cocoa Sarai gave audiences chills with her honest performance, and Sarai pennyless down during the song’s ending. Walk felt the performance, but was honest with his response and settled that he could not see Cocoa Sarai up against The Four and voted against her. Since Walk voted against her, Cocoa Sarai was separated from the competition.
Round Five: Kayla Ember
The 18-year-old Florida local came from a low-pitched family and was shaken behaving in front of the panel. Ember sang Halsey’s “Bad at Love” for her audition. At times, Ember sounded like if Trainor or the show’s horde Fergie had a sister who shared the identical singing voice. DJ Khaled settled that she could sing, but could not feel her vibe. Meanwhile, Diddy believed in Ember and settled that she could be big. However, Ember perceived 3 “No’s” for the row and was separated from the competition.
Round Six: Jason Warrior Versus Saeed Renaud
Chicago local Jason Warrior incited to music after his father went to jail and he fought his way to give back to his mom who done countless sacrifices. Warrior auditioned with John Legend’s “Love Me Now” and delivered a constrained interpretation of Legend’s hit that featured superb vocals. DJ Khaled felt Warrior’s tension in his performance, and he settled that Legend would be happy with his performance. Walk also combined that Warrior was the reason because he sealed up for The Four: Battle For Stardom.
Warrior warranted his way to plea The Four, and he chose to go up against Renaud. The powerhouse vocalist tackled Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition” and delivered a noted outspoken that would have done the mythological singer-songwriter proud. Warrior achieved Imagine Dragons’ “Radioactive,” however the thespian was incompetent to strech the excellence that Will Champlin, Caleb Johnson, and Janice Freeman delivered on their particular performances.
Warrior warranted his way to plea The Four, and he chose to go up against Renaud. The powerhouse vocalist tackled Stevie Wonder’s “Superstition” and delivered a noted outspoken that would have done the mythological singer-songwriter proud. Warrior performed Imagine Dragons’ “Radioactive,” however the thespian was incompetent to strech the excellence that Will Champlin, Caleb Johnson, and Janice Freeman delivered on their particular singing competitions. The assembly motionless to give Warrior the win and separated Renaud.
Next week, artists will continue to plea Elliott, Boyd, Zhavia, and for the right to earn their seat. If they are successful and make it to the finale, The Four: Battle For Stardom champion will earn the right to be mentored to the row and be named one of iHeartMedia’s On The Verge Artists.