Nathy Peluso, Abraham Mateo, Lola Índigo, and Cali & El Dandee To Join “The Voice” This Week
As the Blind Auditions draw to an end, this Friday, it’s time for the Sing-Offs. The coaches and their 14 talents are in for an exciting evening in which only seven of the contestants will manage to continue in the contest.
To help them make these tough decisions, the coaches will be assisted by renown artists Nathy Peluso, Abraham Mateo, Lola Índigo, and Cali y El Dandee.
Lola Índigo will be with Pablo López and Abraham Mateo will work with Malú, while Nathy Peluso will become Antonio Orozco’s right-hand woman and Luis Fonsi will be assisted by Cali & El Dandee.
The Sing-Offs will air Friday, starting at 10 p.m., and the gala event is a must-see for fans of “The Voice”. The show hosted by Eva González will experience one of its most exciting nights as each team competes with 14 talents. There are no fixed rules for the Sing-Off. Each coach gets to decide how to set up each battle, putting their artists together in different size groups and combing different genres or styles for each round. The coaches will only be able to keep just half their team members and must choose which ones after each of the battles.
After this exciting gala event, comes the next phase: the Knockout Rounds. The coaches will get there with seven talents on their teams, but they can only choose one to send to the final phase of “The Voice”: the Live Shows. They’ll also have to manage the Danger Zone, where each coach will have to send three of their performers. During the Knockouts, these three singers will have another chance to fight for a spot in the Live Shows on “The Voice”. But that’s not the only decision to be made. Each team will also have a chance to make one steal, a purely strategic move. The stolen talent will go directly to the Live Shows phase for their new team.
The clock will start running on the chance to steal whenever a coach puts one of their talents in the Danger Zone, so they have to think very carefully about which order to do this it in if they don’t want to lose that talent. The team will be locked in place once the coaches manage to keep three artists in the Danger Zone safe from theft.
“The Voice” is an ITV Studios format produced by Boomerang TV for Atresmedia. The who airs Fridays at 10:00 p.m. on Antena 3.
Nathy Peluso, Argentine singer-songwriter, will accompany Antonio Orozco on this adventure. This will be the artist’s first time on “The Voice, Spain” and it comes at a high-point in her career. Her album “Calambre” has drawn over 400 million plays on digital platforms, in addition to winning a Latin GRAMMY for Best Alternative Music Album and a GRAMMY nomination for Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album.
Throughout her career, Nathy Peluso has garnered 7 Latin GRAMMY nominations, including Best New Artist, with her trademark dramatic flair and mastery in transitioning between various musical styles.
Abraham Mateo will be Malú’s assistant. The most innovative Spanish artist in recent times is still the most successful singer worldwide. Abraham Mateo has over 15 million fans on all his social networks and digital platforms combined.
The artist is positioned as a viral star in the Spanish and Latin music markets, with over 1.3 billion plays on YouTube. Moreover, he is also a hugely influential trend-setter among Spanish-speaking youth. His most recent hits, “Me Vuelvo Loco” with CNCO, “¿Qué Ha Pasao’?” featuring Sofía Reyes, and “No Encuentro Palabras” with Manuel Turizo have earned him a place at the top.
Lola Índigo is back once again this year as an assistant coach on “The Voice”, only, this time, she’s going to help Pablo López. Over time, the singer has scored various hits, including her singles: “Santería” alongside Danna Paola and Denise Rosenthal and “¿Cómo Te Va?” with Beret.
Her first single, “Ya No Quiero Ná” went double Platinum in December 2018. Índigo is also one of the coaches on the upcoming edition of “The Voice Kids”.
Cali & El Dandee will be Luis Fonsi’s assistant coaches in this edition of “The Voice”. The Colombian duo have scored numerous hits such as “Yo Te Esperaré”, “Por Fin Te Encontré” alongside Sebastián Yatra and Juan Magán and “Mil Tormentas” with the group Morat.