Julian King Biography, The Voice, Age, Ethnicity And Nationality

Julian King Biography/Who is Julian king?

Julian King Born in 1994 is an Aspiring singer from Philadelphia who competes in the 2019 reality tv series The Voice. King blew away the judges with his rendition of ‘All Time Low. John Legend and Adam Levine Swooned over his creamy vocal and entertainment skill. However, the latter got blocked by ‘All of Me’ hitmaker in a friendly-term of gamesmanship that eventually made Julian the latest member of Team John.

Julian was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania though little is known regarding his upbringing.

Julian King The Voice

Julia performed on a tuesday night for the blind Auditions and right from the start he Impressed. You might say the contestant delivered an all time high effort with his cover of Jon Bellion’s “All Time Low.” The Singer swooned over Judges John Legend And Adam Levine.

His tone and knack for vibrato is reminiscent of The Weeknd.

Julian King Age/How old is Julian?

Julian is 25 years of age as of 2019.

Julian King Height.

Julian’s measurements are not yet available at the moment but will soon update.

Julian King Ethnicity

Julian is an African American.

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Julian King
Julian King

Julian King Nationality

King is An American.

Who is Julian King Dating?

Julian as Of April 2nd is Single.

Julian King Networth

Julian is an Upcoming artist and still is competing in the Voice thus his Networth is not yet determined.

Julian King Monday Cross Battles

During Monday’s episode of “The Voice” live Cross Battles, Kalvin Jarvis of Team Adam Levine competed head-to-head against Julian King of Team John Legend. Both R&B singers took on well-known songs from female singers, allowing them to interpret the lyrics in new and exciting ways. Now that NBC’s reality TV show has given the power to the people, we want to know who YOU think won this live Cross Battle. Watch “The Voice” videos above and below, and then be sure to tell us down in the comments section which artist you voted for.

Kalvin decided to perform “New Rules” this week and received a wild standing ovation from the crowd. Adam raved, “Kalvin, look, I knew you were incredible already, but I thought that you went from someone who was a great singer and very much in the conversation to a front-runner. Because that performance was a front-runner’s performance. You were unreal. I just think that once again just your poise, what you did with the song, you completely turned it on its head and made it something completely different. I would say you went a step above and beyond just making it your own.”Julian’s song choice for this Cross Battle was “Hello,” with John telling him, “Julian, I’m so happy to have you on my team. Your vocal tone is so special and beautiful and you made such really outstanding choices with how you interpreted Adele‘s song. I really loved seeing it. I loved seeing the different sides of you and all of the things that you can do. I’m excited to see you continue.”

John Bennutty on Julian King Live Battles

In his “The Voice” live blog, our recapper John Benutty had this to say about the live Cross Battle: “Kalvin put a new spin on ‘New Rules’ by arranging it into a slower, R&B track. He managed to inject the track with a desperation I never really saw in it so in that way he truly did make it his own. Julian also took on a female song, going with ‘Hello,’ and managed to make it his own by singing some lyrics in Spanish. His range was front and center, though the tempo of the song was a little off.”

Julian King Feb 26 Episode

After ALL three coaches used their block against John Legend, he finally retaliates to land an insanely good singer on the Feb. 26 episode. Here’s what went down!The Feb. 26 episode of The Voice continues with the season 16 Blind Auditions. First up is Domenic Haynes, an 18-year-old from Florida who grew up running track competitively, but was forced to focus on new things after an injury ended his running career. He turned to music instead, but since he’s “a novice,” he’s hoping that The Voice will give him the confidence he needs to pursue his passion.

Domenic sings “River,” and Adam Levine pushes his button immediately, using his block against new coach John Legend in the process. John winds up pushing his button, but he’s out of contention because of Adam’s block. Blake Shelton turns around eventually, as well, but Adam gives it his all while pitching to get Domenic on his team. Adam really goes all out, and Domenic chooses him as his coach.
Up next is 17-year-old Savannah Brister from Memphis, Tennessee. She admittedly struggles to be vulnerable and has turned to songwriting in order to get all her feelings out. Savannah performs “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing” by Stevie Wonder, and she impresses John right off the bat. Kelly Clarkson is hesitant to go up against John, but she can’t help but also push her button for Savannah. It looks like Kelly had a right to be nervous, though — Savannah picks John to be her coach.

The Bundys are the next artist to hit the stage. This is the very first time in Voice history that a trio has competed to get on the show. The siblings — Megan, Katey and Ryan Bundy — sing a gorgeous rendition of “Closer to Fine,” and get Kelly and Blake to turn around. The trio decide to go with Kelly as their coach, and she’s STOKED to be making history on the show.

Next, Klea Olson, 20, from Utah takes The Voice stage. She sings a pretty rendition of “No Roots,” but unfortunately it’s just not enough to catch the coaches’ attention, and no one turns around. Luckily, she’ll get a second chance to make it to the Live Shows on the Comeback Stage, with help from fifth coach, Bebe Rexha. Her journey continues over on The Voice YouTube page!

Hoping to have better luck is 18-year-old Hannah Kay. She dealt with severe bullying in middle school, and lost her best friend to a car accident just over a year before coming to The Voice. Hannah is hoping to bring classic country music back to her generation, and sings “Coal Miner’s Daughter.” Blake and Kelly push their buttons, and even though Kelly gives a good pitch, it’s no surprise when Hannah chooses Blake as her coach.

Closing out the night is Julian King, 25, from Philadelphia. He sings “All Time Low,” and gets Adam and John to turn around right away. However, John finally uses his block on Adam, so the Maroon 5 singer cannot be chosen.

Julian King

Knowing that The Voice would be eliminating five singers in Tuesday’s second (and final) Live Cross Battles Results Show, I made a few fearless predictions before Season 16’s Top 24 were revealed. Thinking over Monday’s performances, and considering the results of TVLine’s poll, I figured that the contestants who’d be losing their Battles would be Team Adam’s LB Crew, Team Legend’s Julian King, Team Legend’s Jacob Maxwell, Team Kelly’s The Bundys, Team Blake’s Karly Moreno, Team Legend’s Jimmy Mowery, Team Legend’s Beth Griffith-Manley and Team Kelly’s Abby Kasch.

Beyond that, I guessed that Blake Shelton would use his Steal on Abby if Kelly Clarkson hadn’t already Saved her (and The Bundys if she had), John Legend would use his Save on Beth, and Kelly would use hers on Abby. But was I anywhere near right? After a bare, intimate performance of “Grow Young,” which Season 14 winner Brynn Cartelli referred to as “her most vulnerable song yet,” we found out;

LB Crew (Team Adam) vs. Jej Vinson (Team Kelly)
Saved by America’s Vote | Jej Vinson
Eliminated | LB Crew… nooo! He was so present, so passionate! Damn. I mean, I kinda thought the vote would go to Jej, but still… nooo!

Kendra Checketts (Team Adam) vs. Jimmy Mowery (Team Legend)
Saved by America’s Vote | Jimmy Mowery
Stolen (back) by Blake | Kendra Checketts

Shaun Sounds (Team Legend) vs. Karly Moreno (Team Blake)
Saved by America’s Vote | Shaun Sounds
Eliminated | Karly Moreno

Carter Lloyd Horne (Team Blake) vs. Jacob Maxwell (Team Legend)
Saved by America’s Vote | Carter Lloyd Horne
Saved by John | Jacob Maxwell… Really, John? Poor Jacob is only a small step above Season 15’s Tyke James.

Kalvin Jarvis (Team Adam) vs. Julian King (Team Legend)
Saved by America’s Vote | Kalvin Jarvis
Eliminated | Julian King

The Voice: Season 16’s 10 Best Blind Auditions
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Rebecca Howell (Team Kelly) vs. Beth Griffith-Manley (Team Legend)
Saved by America’s Vote | Rebecca Howell
Eliminated | Beth Griffith-Manley

Gyth Rigdon (Team Blake) vs. Abby Kasch (Team Kelly)
Saved by America’s Vote | Gyth Ridgon
Saved by Kelly | Abby Kasch

The Bundys (Team Kelly) vs. Andrew Sevener (Team Blake)
Saved by America’s Vote | Andrew Sevener
Eliminated | The Bundys

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