Michigan Teen Brayden Lape Moves On In ‘The Voice’ Top 10
Brayden Lape has not only won over his coach Blake Shelton on The Voice but the whole country.
The 16-year-old high school sophomore from Grass Lake, Michigan has been a standout since his blind audition which landed him a spot on veteran judge Blake Shelton's team. Since then he has continued to impress the judges and earn fans with each performance.
Last week Lape once again brought his "A" game for his Top 13 performance singing Sam Hunt’s version of “Come Over” by Kenny Chesney. Again he received praise from coach Blake Shelton who didn't hold back his thoughts on the youngest contestant on the show this season.
“Trust me. Other people on this panel really like you, too, just so you know,” Shelton said. “Man, you just have that thing. You have a solid country voice that’s different and unique. You have a future in country music, not to mention how far you’re going to go on this show. You’ve got it all, man.”
Turns out, Shelton was right once again. Brayden Lape's performance secured him a spot in the Top Ten. Joining him were other Team Black contestants Bryce Leatherwood, Bodie, and Rowan Grace.
Brayden Lape is set to perform again this week as The Voice continues its live shows on Monday, November 28th, starting at 8:00 pm on NBC. The results will air Tuesday, November 29th at 8:00 pm as well.
Keep voting and let's get our Michigan star to the finals!
Watch his latest performance below.