‘Voice’ Coaches Battle It Out With ’60s Megahits In Ratpack Inspired Music Video

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While Season 14 of The Voice doesn’t officially kick off until Monday (Feb. 24), the superstar coaches are ready to let the games begin! 

In a Rat Pack inspired music video, veteran coaches Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Alicia Keys, and newcomer Kelly Clarkson join forces for a stunning mash-up of Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to the Moon” and Nina Simone’s “Feelin’ Good.” Dressing the set of The Voice in the style of a ’60s Vegas night club, the music video is shot completely in black and white giving off vintage vibes.

Levine and Shelton are first to take the stage for a bluesy rendition of Sinatra’s iconic tune, the artists transcending their respective musical genres for masterful take on the classic. Following the male coaches performance, Keys and Clarkson hit the stage for a awe-inspiring take on Simone’s “Feelin’ Good.”

Season 14 marks Clarkson’s first time as a coach on NBC’s hit series and Keys return after taking a break for Season 13. 

You can watch the bluesy music video below!

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