The Voice UK: Wesu Wallace’s amazing audition ends with incredible freestyle rap

Wesu Wallace ended up providing two amazing performances at his audition on The Voice UK 2018.


Another selection of singing hopefuls performed on The Voice UK stage for the penultimate auditions on Saturday night.

One of those hoping to win a spot on the teams was Wesu Wallace, a 36-year-old musician from Barbados.

He performed Sam Smith’s I’m Not The Only One in Saturday’s show.

And it was a song that got spinning, to win Wesu a spot on his team.

Wesu explained he had flown 4,000 from Barbados on his own just to perform for the coaches.


“I flew over to do this,” he explains, “It’s just me. This is what I want to do.”

“I could not, not turn for you. You’re an awesome singer and you’re on The Voice now!” said.

After the audition, Wesu and Will then kicked off an impromptu a freestyle rap session.

It was week 6 of the singing contest last weekend, as the four coaches continued to build up their teams.

Newbie Olly Murs joins, Sir Tom Jones and Jennifer Hudson on this year’s panel, who are on a quest to uncover the best vocal talent that Britain has to offer.

Once again, this year’s winner will scoop a life changing record contract with Polydor Records.

Other acts performing on Saturday included Tesni Jones, a 32 year old full time mum from Chatham who sang AC DC’s Highway To Hell.

We also met Bailey Nelson, an 18-year-old who performed Shawn Mendes hit There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back and 18-year-old Jodie Knight from Glasgow who sang Goo Goo Dolls’ Iris.


Plus, Olly’s mum joined the panel and got a cheeky kiss from Sir Tom!

The Voice UK 2018 is back next Saturday night on ITV with the final round of auditions.

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