Jamaicans may soon be rallying in support of another contestant on the popular reality television singing competition – The Voice.
This after Jamaican singer and songwriter Anita Antoinette received a roaring stamp of approval from all four judges tonight (September 29) during the blind auditions for the show’s seventh season.
Her impressive rendition of “Turn Your Lights Down Low” had the judges fighting for her.
Anita is the daughter of reggae icon Clinton Fearon and grew up in Kingston before migrating to the United States in 1996.
She previously entered the competition during its third season but was eliminated in the blind auditions.
Season five’s winner is Jamaica’s Tessanne Chin.
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