Sawyer Fredericks Debuts New Single ‘Please’ in ‘The Voice’ Finale [VIDEO]
Sawyer Fredericks débuted his single 'Please' on 'The Voice' finals. Not only did the Fultonville teen perform the original song written by his idol Ray LaMontagne, he included a video to go with it. After hearing it, you'll say 'more please.'
LaMontagne wrote 'Please' especially for Fredericks who says he's 'honored' to perform the song. Adam Levine was just as blown away that LaMontagne would do that. "Dude, you win. I don't even care what happens. That's the coolest thing ever."
Fredericks coach Pharrell appreciated the gesture, but was more excited to watch a star being born. "It's a dream come true and shout to LaMontagne for believing in Sawyer. This was a moment for me. I got to watch someone living their dream."
LaMontagne is the man behind 'Trouble,' the song that helped Sawyer move from the playoffs and into the Voice live rounds.
To help Sawyer win the competition, you need to vote and there are five ways you can show your support.
Five ways to vote:
1. 10 votes on The Voice App
2. 10 votes at 855-864-2304
3. 10 votes by texting 4 to 8642
4. 10 votes at NBC.com.
5. 1 Vote for every iTunes download -If song reaches top 10 on the iTunes Top 200 Chart at the close of voting, all iTunes votes are Multiplied by 10
Find out if Sawyer is crowned this season's Voice winner tomorrow night at 8 on NBC.