Rayshun LaMarr is the 33-year-old singer on Adam Levine’s team on Season 14 of The Voice. Rayshun has had a memorable run so far on the show. For his Blind Audition, he sang the Journey song “Don’t Stop Believin'” with so much emotion, it was difficult for the judges not to turn their chairs. Most recently, he dared to sing Alicia Keys’ signature song “Fallin'” for his Knockout Round (against Gary Edwards, who was stolen by Blake Shelton) and won. Now, for The Voice Live Playoffs, Rayshun will take on the 1985 Stevie Wonder song “Overjoyed.”
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Stevie Wonder first performed the song live on Saturday Night Live on the May 7, 1983 episode, where he was the host and musical guest. He dedicated the song to everyone he worked with that week, his family and friends, and he gave a special shout-out to his mama, saying “look, I’m on Saturday Night Live!” Listen below. The Voice Live Playoffs begins Monday, April 16 at 8pm on NBC.