Jamaican Singer Leaves The Voice Coaches Stunned

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Tessanne Chin auditioning for The Voice. (NBC image)
News Americas, LOS ANGELES, CA, Tues. Sept. 24, 2013: Jamaican-born singer Tessanne Chin left all four coaches on The Voice fighting over her on Tuesday night after thrilling them and the audience with her blind audition version of Pink’s “Try.”

Chin, 28, who attended the audition with her dad and husband, sang backup for three years for reggae legend Jimmy Cliff, but eventually broke out as a solo artist in Jamaica. She became known as a reggae fusion recording artist, best known for her hit singles “Hideaway” and “Messenger.” “Hideaway” was featured on VP Records’ Reggae Gold 2007. And she has opened for famous acts such as Patti Labelle, Peabo Bryson and Gladys Knight.

Now she’s hoping to make musical waves globally.

All four coaches – Adam Levine, Ceelo Green, Christina Aguilera and Blake Shelton made their pitch for her to join their team but at the end of it all, Adam was the winner as Tessanne choose to join Team Adam for the fifth season on the show as the fifth addition to his team of 12, even as he predicted she will be The Voice.

See her blind audition here: