Singer From Minnesota Wows Coaches On ‘The Voice’
20-year-old Libianca Fonji of Roseville showed off her amazing voice on the National stage with her performance in front of the coaches on the hit show "The Voice" and she did not disappoint. When she was 4 years old she and her mother went back to Cameroon where her family is from originally. Her time back in Africa exposed her to lots of different kinds of music, which helped her develop into the singer that she is today.
At the age of 13 she returned back to the United States. At first she kept her talent a secret, but her parents encouraged her and told her she should sing in church. The pastor of their church also encouraged her to share her talent with the congregation and share her beautiful voice.
With her family watching backstage Libianca's father, Fred Fonji said to KARE11 " To see my daughter on that stage, man, I just thank God every day." Libinaca took to the stage this past Monday Night and sang Sza's song "Good Days" which she killed. All those years singing at her church in Shoreview sure seemed to pay off. The first chair to turn was Ariana Grande followed by Blake Shelton. Either way she would be moving on to the next round, but now the tough decision of who to choose.
As you can see in the video clip above she went with Blake Shelton who has won many seasons of The Voice. Now all we can do is wait and hope that Blake can help her fine tune her talent and pick the right songs to help showcase her talent. Good Luck Libinaca we are all cheering for you back home!