'The Voice:' One-man band wows with Destiny's Child remake

'The Voice:' One-Man Band Wows With Destiny's Child Remake
'The Voice:' One-Man Band Wows With Destiny's Child Remake

On Monday night's episode of "The Voice," one contestant in particular wowed the judges with an incredible recreation of "Say My Name."

"Say my name, say my name, you actin' kinda shady and callin' me baby, why the sudden? Say my name, say my name, when no one is around you, say, 'Baby I love you,' you better say my name," sang Travis Ewing on "The Voice."

Yeah, we were absolutely loving Travis Ewing's unique, bluesy twist on that Destiny's Child classic.

And so were Christina, Blake and Pharrell, who all turned their chairs for Travis before the end of his impressive audition.

He did fail to win over Adam. But the Maroon 5 singer later admitted he was an idiot for not pushing his button.

And we'd have to agree. Travis is very talented for a 23-year-old. And he has something that the other contestants don't - his own one-man band.

As he explained during his introduction, Travis can beatbox, play the drums and rock the guitar, and he uses a loop petal to blend them all together so he can play themall at the same time.

A writer for Bustle notes, "This unique quirk will set [Travis] apart from the rest of the contestants this season. ... If he can make it through the tough battle and knockout rounds, there's no doubt that [Travis] will make it far in this competition."

We're sure Pharrell is ecstatic to have such a unique artist on his team. And hopefully, all the coaches can snag even more talent during the last night of blind auditions Tuesday.

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