Bebe Rexha Made an Appearance on “The Voice” to Sing “Meant To Be” With Keisha Renee and Adam Cunningham While Wearing a Diamond Skirt and Fur Jacket

I’ll admit I don’t know much about Bebe Rexha with the exception of knowing a few of her songs– primarily her hit “Meant To Be” with Florida Georgia Line. On the season finale of “The Voice,” Bebe Rexha performed the song with Keisha Renee and Adam Cunningham, two contestants who were voted off of the … Read more

Keisha Renee Turned Rascal Flatts’ “What Hurts the Most” Into a Soulful Country-R&B Ballad on “The Voice”

Just when you think you’ve heard Rascal Flatts’ “What Hurts the Most” for the last time in your life, Keisha Renee goes on to sing it during the Top 8 performances on “The Voice” and you think to yourself, “this song sounds good. I remember why it was such a big hit now.” Originally, Mark … Read more

Keisha Renee’s “Love Can Build a Bridge” Performance Was One of the Best Ever on “The Voice”

When Keisha Renee first appeared on “The Voice,” we learned two things– she used to be a backup singer for Nicki Minaj and she really liked country music. Her blind audition was the classic country tune, “I Can’t Stop Loving You,” so it was no surprised she ultimately chose Blake Shelton as her coach. What … Read more

Keisha Renee Keeps Her Spot on #TeamBlake After Knockout Performance of Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance”

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On night number two of knockouts on “The Voice,” aspiring country artist Keisha Renee went up against Kathrina Feigh on behalf of #TeamBlake. Kathrina did an incredible performance of Alicia Keys’ “Girl on Fire,” while Keisha took on Lee Ann Womack’s hit “I Hope You Dance,” dedicating the performance to her daughter. Keisha’s powerful voice … Read more

Keisha Renee and Noah Mac Deliver the Best Battle for #TeamBlake During “The Voice”

Blake Shelton might have his most eclectic team ever on season 13 of “The Voice,” and it all starts with Keisha Renee and Noah Mac. Keisha is a 30-year-old, former backup singer for Nicki Minaj and Mac is a 17-year-old senior in high school who could easily have been alive in the 1950s. Keisha desperately … Read more