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EDITORS’ NOTES

Purchases of eligible singles from 8:00 p.m. ET, Monday, April 23 to 7:00 a.m. ET, Tuesday, May 22, will count toward the cumulative votes for each artist in the finale. Only your first purchase of an artist’s eligible song counts as a vote. And you can now also vote in the cumulative vote by streaming your favorite artist’s eligible songs on Apple Music. Be sure to tune into Season 14 of The Voice on Monday nights to find out which songs are eligible for voting. For full voting rules, visit nbc.com/voicevoterules.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Purchases of eligible singles from 8:00 p.m. ET, Monday, April 23 to 7:00 a.m. ET, Tuesday, May 22, will count toward the cumulative votes for each artist in the finale. Only your first purchase of an artist’s eligible song counts as a vote. And you can now also vote in the cumulative vote by streaming your favorite artist’s eligible songs on Apple Music. Be sure to tune into Season 14 of The Voice on Monday nights to find out which songs are eligible for voting. For full voting rules, visit nbc.com/voicevoterules.

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About Spensha Baker

Texas-based contemporary gospel singer Spensha Baker was born in Hampton, VA, but due to her parents' military stints, she spent her childhood moving around the U.S. Her powerful voice was obvious by the age of seven, and Baker's mother encouraged the young singer to perfect and make use of her unique gift. Baker landed a spot on The Inspirational Network's Christian Artist Talent Search show, which in turn led to her being a contestant on CBS' Star Search when she was only 12 years old. Ron Fair, chairman of Geffen Records, was a judge on the show, and although Baker wasn't the eventually winner, Fair recognized her considerable talent and signed her to his label. A first single, a remake of the Clark Sisters song "Hallelujah" produced by Warryn Campbell, was released in 2008, followed by a full-length debut album, Outloud!, later that same year. ~ Steve Leggett

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