“Voice” Singer Aims To Please With Billy Currington’s “Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right”

Rob Cole took the stage for Season 25 of The Voice with a soulful rendition of Billy Currington’s “Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right.” With his smooth-as-honey voice, he aimed to impress the coaches and secure a spot on the show, but did he manage to turn any chairs?

Currington’s hit song, released in May 2005, soared to the top of the Hot Country Songs chart, capturing hearts with its sultry melody. Achieving 3x Platinum status, the song’s success extended beyond country music, claiming the 39th spot on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 chart and winning the CMT Music Award for Hottest Video of the Year in 2006.

Despite Cole’s captivating performance, none of the coaches opted to turn their chairs. However, they showered him with praise, acknowledging his undeniable talent and vocal prowess.

John Legend expressed his admiration for Cole’s voice but admitted he was seeking a specific sound for his team. Chance the Rapper commended Cole’s tone, highlighting his vocal quality.

Reba McEntire, already with a full roster of male country singers, appreciated Cole’s performance but sought diversity for her team. Similarly, Dan + Shay, feeling indecisive, regretted not hitting the button for Cole, recognizing his exceptional talent.

Although Cole didn’t secure a spot on The Voice, his remarkable performance and undeniable talent are sure to pave the way for future success in his musical journey.

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