This is how you get a flying start to a singing career

This is how you get a flying start to a singing career
Jordan Smith became a sensation after he performed in the singing talent competition "The Voice", where he impressed everybody.

Not many believed this was going to go so extremely well, not because Jordan Smith lacks talent, but because Queen and Freddy Mercury's songs are some of the hardest and most challenging to sing.

Jordan Smith was going to sing the band's classic "Somebody to Love" which is a very difficult song to get right, but people were on their feet, ecstatic, after Smith finished. Had they really experienced this?

Jordan Smith's interpretation of Queen, Freddie Mercury and "Somebody to Love" in the semifinals, was in fact so good that it immediately after the performance finished, was posted on iTunes, where it landed on the top position right away.

And this is how you get a flying start to a singing career. Do a brilliant appearance on stage and impress the sh*t out of people, like this:

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