Four exceptional young singers have entered The Voice Teens Season 2 in Day 6 of the Blind Auditions.
Both Coaches Bamboo and apl.de.ap got their two new artists each. Coaches Sarah Geronimo and Lea Salonga weren't able to get any on the February 23 episode.
The returning Rock Opong from Iloilo City, now 13 years of age, was a former The Voice Kids Season 2 contestant. He was with Team Sarah when he joined back then. Coming back to The Voice stage, he is much ready as he has since honed his skills as a young acoustic singer. Before his return to The Voice, he performed in the local version of Little Big Shots. He was also in Asia's Got Talent in Singapore.
For his blind audition, he sang the song “Sa Ngalan ng Pag-ibig.” Bamboo and apl.de.ap fought over him, but, still, the rock icon-songwriter won over Rock. Coaches Sarah and Lea were both ecstatic to see Rock again.
The 15-year-old Aly Fabellar, a band member in her high school in Novaliches, Quezon City, charmed Bamboo's heart. As she sang “Diamonds,” Coach Bamboo turned for her, which delighted Aly, knowing the rock icon will be her mentor.
Apl.de.ap got his first team member in the person of a 16-year-old lass from Legazpi City, Albay--Noielle Roderiguez.
Noielle sang “Stone Cold” and Bamboo was the first one to turn. Sarah likewise turned so did apl.de.ap and Lea. Technically, she was a four-chair turner, but Bamboo blocked Sarah.
After being lured by apl.de.ap's potential in bringing Noielle's songs to the world, she eventually chose the Filipino-American rapper-singer-and- record producer.
That evening, not all five hopefuls were able to advance to the next round.
Dana Delos Reyes, 14, of Taguig fell short of convincing the four coaches to turn for her. However, being able to honor her deceased grandfather by singing on The Voice Teens is more than enough fulfillment for the time being.
Lastly, the three-chair-turner, Tyson Venegas, 14 from Vancouver, Canada sang “A Change is Gonna Come.” He recently gave a rendition of the Stevie Wonder classic “Superstition” in the US version of Little Big Shots.
Tyson grew up listening to the music of Nat King Cole, Aretha Franklin, Bruno Mars, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, and Coach apl.de.ap. Apart from singing, Tyson can also play the piano, blindfolded. He eventually chose Coach apl.de ap as his coach.