He performed just five words from a 1966 classic, and all four judges instantly pressed their buttons.

In a world full of talented individuals, Charlie Luske stands out as one of them. When he took the stage on The Voice Holland, his jaw-dropping blind audition left everyone in awe and rendered them speechless.

In his debut performance on the show, he chose to sing “It’s a Man’s Man’s Man’s World” by James Brown. The judges were left in disbelief upon hearing him, so much so that they couldn’t wait for him to finish the first line before pressing their buzzers.

Originally recorded on February 16th, 1966, the song is credited to James Brown and Betty Jean Newsome. Released as a single later that same year, it climbed to No. 1 on the Billboard R&B Chart and reached No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100.

The song’s title cleverly plays on the 1963 comedy movie, “It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World.” This iconic track has been covered by numerous artists and is renowned for its challenging nature, yet Charly did it justice.

Charlie is a well-known figure in Holland, not just as a singer but also as an actor and TV presenter. Encouraged by his father to pursue voice lessons at the age of 12, it’s evident that the training has paid off. Making it to the semifinals, he even produced his own single, “Nobody’s Guy.” His brilliance shines through. Experience the full video below and share your thoughts with us through a Facebook comment!

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He performed just five words from a 1966 classic, and all four judges instantly pressed their buttons.
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