Jordan Smith has once again showed his incredible talent.
With the classic gospel hymn "Hallelujah", Smith has impressed viewers and fans of NBC's The Voice all over again. His performance was nothing short of inspiring, and reportedly gave his coach Adam Levine chills. What he is able to do with his vocal ability is truly amazing, and not something you see or hear every day.
"Hallelujah" was written in 1982 by Canadian recording artist, Leonard Cohen. The beautiful ballad inspired the most popular version of the song - a cover of Jeff Buckley. Perhaps one of the most recognized songs in music today, it has been used in movies, television, and covered by thousands of artists. Although Smith wasn't the first to wow judges and fans on the show with "Hallelujah" he certainly made a mark.
The song is now the #2 song on Apple's iTunes, following Adele's "Hello." Smith's advance on the charts unseated pop sensation, Justin Bieber. Now that is impressive!
Contestants now anxiously await the results show, set to follow Tuesday night. One singer will go home, and another will have to rely on an "Instant Save" via Twitter to remain in the competition.
Even though nothing is guaranteed, Smith must feel confident heading into the next round. Its not every day a Voice contestant gets to #2 on iTunes!
Watch his performance of "Hallelujah" below.
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