The Voice Season 2 Battle Round 4 Music Wish List: Songs We’d Love to Hear
We feel like we’ve been through battle after three weeks of battle rounds and 18 strong contestants lost. Tonight marks Battle Round 4 on The Voice Season 2, and we’re excited to see the final six contestants selected for the live shows.
Team Adam Karla Davis vs. Orlando Napier “Someday We’ll Know” by Mandy Moore and Jon Foreman Yes, this song was cheesy enough to be featured in a Nicholas Sparks movie, but it would be the perfect love ballad for these laid-back singers. And after seeing the sneak peek photos of their battle, it might be the perfect song to ignite some real-life sparks too!
Mathai vs. Nicolle Galyon “King of Anything” by Sara Bareilles A combination pop/piano ballad? Perfect! This sassy Sara Bareilles song would be great for Nicolle and Mathai to rock out to. But they should be careful not to sing it directly to coach Adam Levine … he’s king of everything!
Team Blake Jordan Rager vs. Naia Kete “Streetcorner Symphony” by Rob Thomas Naia’s street performer soul and Jordan’s country twang would sound great on this song. It would make for a lively performance that would give both musicians a fair chance (a rare quality in this competition).
Team Cee Lo Justin Hopkins vs. Tony Vincent “Whatshername” by Green Day Though rock music is Tony Vincent’s forte, the Green Day song “Whatshername” would give both contestants a fair chance. Tony tends to shine on uptempo songs that allow him to jam out, but mellow former house band member Justin would be able to put some emotion into this low-key tune.
WADE vs. James Massone “With You” by Chris Brown These two R&B cuties would make hearts across “the world tonight” melt with this soulful Chris Brown ballad.
Team Christina Moses Stone vs. The LiNE “Where Is the Love?” by The Black Eyed Peas Pairing such diverse contestants together means they would probably work well on a song that was a collaborative effort to begin with. “Where Is the Love?” was the work of The Black Eyed Peas and Justin Timberlake.
MC Moses Stone could take will.i.am’s parts of the song, while The LiNE would sound best on the memorable chorus.
What do you think of our picks? Do you have some suggestions of your own? Comment below!