‘Voice’ Star Releases Magical Single That Will Have You Begging For More

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After competing on the tenth season of The Voice and placing second, country-blues singer Adam Wakefield has been hard at work prepping his debut EP.

Although his goal was to have an EP full of songs he wrote himself, when his friend Nolan Neal, who competed on Season 11, had him listen to a song he wrote called “Blame It One Me”, Wakefield knew he had to record it.

They combined Neal’s pop hooks with Wakefield’s country-blues style, and it was pure magic.

In an interview with Nashville Gab, Wakefield talked about his collaboration with Neal.

“There’s nobody trying to harness that energy anymore, especially in country music. I mean, you’ve got like Eric Church and Cadillac Three . . . those two are really trying to let it hang out there. . . . I feel like there’s some energy there, something that’s missing, and it’s part of what I wanted to put into it,” he said. “I feel like when you listen to that song, you can hear . . . it’s kind of like rock ‘n’ roll isn’t dead. That’s kind of what I want people to hear when they hear it.”

Wakefield’s vocals are just as incredible as we remember them being from his time on The Voice. Although he is not covering Journey, Vince Gill, Bonnie Raitt, Hank Williams Jr., Waylon Jennings, or John Prine, “Blame It On Me” makes us extremely excited for what’s to come.

Take a listen to “Blame It On Me” below and let us know what you think of the single in the comments section! 

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