Koryn Hawthorne

A singer blessed with a soulful, highly resonant timbre,┬áKoryn Hawthorne┬áis best known as a contestant on season eight of NBC’s The Voice. A native of Abbeville, Louisiana,┬áHawthorne is the daughter of a minister and was first introduced to music while singing in church. During high school,┬áHawthorne┬ásang locally at festivals, nursing homes, and charity events. In 2015, though only 16 years old, she was accepted onto the NBC reality vocal competition The Voice with her rendition of┬áEmeli Sand├⌐’s “My Kind of Love.” Initially picked as a member of judge┬áChristina Aguilera’s team,┬áHawthorne┬áwas eventually “stolen” by judge┬áPharrell Williams. During her time on the show,┬áHawthorne┬áreceived mentoring from guest┬áGwen Stefani┬áand made it past the Top Ten with her rendition of┬áEd Sheeran’s “Make It Rain,” which debuted at number three on the iTunes songs chart the week of her performance. In 2016,┬áHawthorne┬ásigned a management deal with Maximum Artist Group and recorded the theme song for the Bounce TV series Saints & Sinners. She released a self-titled debut EP the following year. In 2018, she returned with her full-length debut album,┬áUnstoppable, which featured the title-track single, as well as the single “Down Goes Rome.”


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