Aliyah Moulden Wiki: Everything You Need to Know about “The Voice” Contestant
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Aliyah Moulden
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The final night of season 12 ‘s Battle Rounds concluded on Tuesday night’s episode of The Voice 2017. And now, Voice coaches Alicia Keys, Adam Levine, Gwen Stefani, and Blake Shelton have made their final decisions before next week’s Knockout Round. After an amazing performance, fans are looking to learn more about Aliyah Moulden, The Voice contestant and where she got started. If you want to learn more about the young star, then look no further than our Aliyah Moulden wiki.

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With all the singles and surprise albums being put out, it’s hard not to get caught up in anything to do with music, so imagine how The Voice contestants must feel! They just want a piece of the action and are already well on their way by just being on the show. Being that much closer to some of the biggest names in the business, even for an episode, is more than most people get in a lifetime. Whether it’s celebrity coaches or guest mentors like Celine Dion or DJ Khaled—the contestants have a chance to make history for themselves.

Aliyah Moulden’s Age and Early Life

Aliyah Moulden is 15 years old from Los Angeles, California and is of Latin and African-American descent. She was raised by her mother when her father passed away, due to his battle with lung cancer, when she was only a month old, according to her profile on NBC’s The Voice homepage. Music helped her in high school, so her mother signed her up for vocal lessons. Since then, at such a young age, she has already opened for Caroline Sunshine, Toddrick Hall, and Jesse McCartney. She also sang in the BET Experience at the L.A. Convention Center this past summer.

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Aliyah Moulden’s Blind Audition

Moulden first got on stage and sang her heart out during the Blind Auditions with “Hound Dog” by Big Mama Thornton. Stefani thought she was “the cutest thing” after she turned her chair. Moulden assumes she inherited her musical talent form her late father. Ultimately she ended up on Team Blake and was also coached by Luke Bryan, Shelton’s celebrity adviser on The Voice.

Aliyah Moulden’s Battle Rounds

The Battle Rounds between Aliyah Moulden and Dawson Coyle were an audience favorite! The duo sang “Walking on Sunshine” by Katrina & the Waves and everyone loved it—especially Keys, who was dancing in her chair nonstop! Moulden added some soul and giant screams to her portion of the duet, while Coyle added some dance and fun on his end. It wowed the coaches but only one of them could win the Battle Round. In the end, Shelton chose Moulden as the winner, leaving Coyle to join Team Alicia! That must have been some dance he put on, because we have never seen Keys have so much fun. Last time, we saw Alicia Keys choose Quizz Swanigan over Felicia Temple, but Temple was stolen by Shelton.

Aliyah Moulden’s Instagram

Aliyah Moulden is already a fan favorite and she received over a million views for her cover of “Hound Dog” during her Blind Auditions. That’s impressive, but it means nothing compared to her family, which —judging by her pics—is the most important thing in the world to her. She even wrote a loving note, praising her mother.

“I truly can not put into words how much I love this woman. Martha Leticia Jimenez is a wonderfully insane and loving woman who understands that you do not need everyone’s acceptance to be happy. My mom is unique. She is loving. She is strong. She single handedly raised me and my brother after my father’s passing and she did it so gracefully. I love you. I love you. I love you. Happy birthday mama [sic]”

Moulden may not have a net worth yet, but something tells us that she’s on the right path. And even though she’s only fifteen, she’s clearly shown the coaches something and has proven herself as one of the few to watch.

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