Longtime coach Adam Levine left this young man with tears streaming down his cheeks during a truly emotional moment following his blind audition.
23-year-old father Malik Davage came all the way out from Washington D.C. to try out his hand at earning a spot on one of the coveted coaches teams. After singing his own rendition of a popular R&B song, and scoring a spot on Levine's team, Davage broke down in tears before the coaches could even start commending him on his performance.
Fellow 'Voice' coach Gwen Stefani felt so moved by the moment she got up to give him a hug and was soon followed by Levine, who offered up his chair for young Davage while they talked about his story and performance.
"A man who can wear his emotions on his sleeve is a very special man - and who makes very powerful music," Alicia Keys said with the audience applauding him.
Davage then poured out his heart-melting story to the crowd an coaches, explaining, "I'm just a young guy from Washington D.C. just trying to do what's best for my daughter...and she's back there with my mom."
His adorable toddler and excited mother walked out on stage to greet him and the tears just continued flowing.
"I'm happy I took the risk and turned around," Levine explained. "Because you're clearly a good dude and I'm just - I'm happy!"
Watch this beautiful moment in the video below!
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