The Voice lets go Anita Antoinette

November 28, 2014 in International

AnitaAntoinette-1Jamaican singer Anita Antoinette Fearon’s journey on The Voice came to an end Tuesday. She was eliminated in the Top 10 stage of the popular NBC talent contest.

She performed a reggae version of British singer Passenger’s Let Her Go which failed to impress voters and judges.

Fearon had advanced on the strength of heartfelt renditions of Marley’s Redemption Song. Raised in Duhaney Park, she is the daughter of respected bassist/singer Clinton Fearon, a founder of reggae band The Gladiators.

She made her first appearance on The Voice on September 29. The 24-year-old, who lives in Connecticut, made it through the knockoff rounds with interpretations of Marley’s Turn Your Lights Down Low, Magic’s Rude and Redemption Song.