Carter Rubin: Carter Rubin is the lead character of ‘The Voice ’19 season. The 15-year-old has spoken to Audience and beyond after nine top performances related to musical influences, hopes for his album, and working with Gwen Stefani.
Carter Rubin is only 15 years old, but he is strong on stage. The singer is puzzled by his translation of Rainbow Connection from The Muppets Movieduring the top 9 performance on The Voice.
He obviously has a bright future with music. Carter has spoken to other media outlets about how he would like his album to sound like the most popular male singers who are currently popping up like Lewis Capaldi, Harry Styles, Ed Sheeran, and Shawn Mendes.
What Carter Rubin shared about The Voice?
They are a huge influence on me, and the music they put in there, definitely encouraged the writing of my song, Carter told other journalists.
I want to go into the studio and record what I put in front of people to hear because I take music very seriously, and then leave those famous people who really encouraged me to find my own style of music and my style of music. So that’s what I want my album to sound like to us.
Carter is part of Gwen Stefani’s band, and this young musician has had the moment of my life being part of The Voice. I have made many new friends, and I have many examples to look at, Carter continues. I formed a partnership with Gwen. She is an excellent coach and an amazing mentor.
He gives the most amazing advice, and if I can get anything out of this, it would be his advice. I take it to heart and use it wherever I go and whatever I do. He was really amazing and all this taught me a lot.
There is a lot of singing competition series out there for those who want to sing. Carter has revealed why he chose to do The Voice interview rather than American Idol.
He’s been watching The Voice for years, and if I were, to be honest with all the singing programs available, The Voice is the one that shows really raw talent, Carter admits.
There is no gimmick at all, it is only these inspiring artists who pursue what they want to do in life, which is singing and music, and entertainment. That’s what drew me to check out this program.
What you see is what you get, and everyone is honest and very real. It’s been a great experience. I am really happy and happy that I am in this program and not in another. Season 19 plays Monday and Tuesday on NBC.
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