THE VOICE – Without a doubt, this is the performance to remember from the evening when “The Voice” is broadcast on TF1 this Saturday, February 20.

The candidate The Vivi, alias Vincent dans la vie, 21 years old, interpreted a classic of French rap: “Social Suicide” of Orelsan, a particularly provocative title released in 2011, which evokes in particular racism, unemployment, inequalities of wealth or Parisianism.

“When the production offered me this song, I immediately said yes, especially since I had already covered it in 2015 on my networks,” said the young man in Le Parisien.

His performance at his blind audition (listen below) quickly turned the four jurors, Amel Bent, Florent Pagny, Marc Lavoine and Vianney around. The latter, whose first season in the armchair with the buzzer, was noticed by singing also with passion the title of Orelsan, standing in his armchair.

It’s crazy😭😭Happy to have joined the team of @VianneyMusique ❤️Rap has its place too !! 🙏🏼❤️ # TheVoice

His performance moved a number of viewers, as can be read on the tweets below.

Incredible @Vincent_TheVivi you deserve it so much The 4 coaches have turned around it’s crazy bravo to you 👏👏

“Social Suicide” by @Orel_san performed by @Vincent_TheVivi on #TheVoice. It was amazing, I’m not even talking about the 4 seats turned upside down!

Also on The HuffPost: “The Voice”: the advice Vianney would have liked to receive if he had been a candidate

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