Blake Shelton is keeping it about the artist.
The Voice coach talked his strategy for mentoring aspiring talent on the hit NBC show during a Facebook Live, revealing it hasn’t evolved much since he first started in 2011.
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“I think each artist is a completely different scenario and a different way you got to look at what it is they want to accomplish,” Blake says. “It’s not about what I want to accomplish with an artist. It’s about helping that artist accomplish what they want to accomplish. I’ve just been lucky that I’ve had the right people on my team at the right time, and that’s why I’ve been able to win so many times, unlike Adam [Levine].”
The singer turned coach heads into the first week of live shows on The Voice on Monday (4/17) with final five Team Blake artists Lauren Duski, Aliyah Moulden, Casi Joy, Aaliyah Rose and TSoul.
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