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Name: Orlando Dixon
The Voice Season: 2013 Season 4
Hometown: Washington, D.C.
Song: “So Sick” by Ne-Yo
Coaches Who Turned: Usher
Coach He Picked: Usher
Orlando Dixon is a classically-trained vocalist and pianist, and he's getting a chance to show off on The Voice's fourth season! This singer-songwriter graduated from the prestigious Berklee College of music, and has performed with the likes of Smokey Robinson! Orlando's had a hard time since his parents divorced when he was a kid, but he's taking his career to the next level by becoming a contestant on television's most cut-throat singing competition.
Orlando already has plenty of experience in the industry — his YouTube channel has over 3 million views, he was a finalist in VH1's Songwriting Contest, and he plans on releasing his own full length album in the near future.
Clearly, Orlando is motivated to make a name for himself, but will he win over coaches and fans on The Voice? You'll have to keep watching to find out!
In the meantime, check out Orlando's website, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube channel, and click here to listen to his single, "Invisible."
Orlando auditioned for The Voice Season 4 with “So Sick” by Ne-Yo, and the coaches couldn't get enough!
Ultimately, Usher was the only coach to turn his chair around, but he got rave reviews from Adam, who called him a "great singer." So, what does Ush think of Orlando's performance? "I'm happy that I hit the buzzer at the last minute. I turned because I really do feel like you have a great tone."