Yoli Mayor Sings Stripped Down Cover On America’s Got Talent Of James Arthur’s ‘Say You Won’t Let Go’
By Shawn Rice
Yoli Mayor performed a stripped down cover of “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur on America’s Got Talent.
Simon Cowell said that Yoli is back. He called it a beautiful performance and a beautiful song. Cowell said that Yoli just laid her heart on her sleeve. Mel B commented well done on the performance. Mel B said that she stripped it back and went back to her roots.
Heidi Klum felt that making people feel emotions is what you should do and that Yoli brought a tear to Heidi’s eye. Howie Mandel said that Yoli’s talent is pure and that it is evident. He called her wonderful.
Mayor is a 21-year-old Cuban-American and self-taught singer-songwriter based in Miami who started singing at age two and now sings professionally. Mayor learns everything by ear and sings straight from the heart. Publications such as Miami New Times and the Huffington Post have deemed her a “Miami-grown vocal powerhouse.” Mayor has been compared to voices such as Etta James and Amy Winehouse and has also been called the “Cuban Adele.” Mayor’s favorite reaction is her audience in tears.
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