Royce Lovett of NBC’s The Voice
Royce Lovett of NBC's The Voice
Today on The Neil Haley Show’s Caregiver Dave Celebrity Segment, Caregiver Dave and The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Royce Lovett of NBC’s The Voice.
Royce was the first artist to get Gwen Stefani out of her chair and dancing on NBC’s The Voice.
Known as a Hip Hop Troubadour Royce Lovett groomed his lyrical skills for years as an underground emcee, growing from influences like Bob Marley, Mos Def and drawing comparisons to Wyclef Jean, John Legend and Lauryn Hill. Royce has been sharpening his genre bending style since he chose a career in music. In the time since, he has independently toured the globe and performed alongside the likes of Wale, Vince Staples, George Clinton P-Funk, and more. Royce released a series of independent albums and after signing with Motown Gospel, released two EPs. He stirred up an inimitable and authentic style steeped in hip-hop, soul, and rock guitar, receiving acclaim from BET, Jet Magazine, and more.