The singing nurse from Teaneck, N.J., is already releasing a post-show EP.
In fact, “The Balancing Act” — wonder where that name came from? — will be out Friday, June 23.
And one song, “Carpe Diem,” is already out and available as an immediate download for anyone pre-ordering the album.
“Writing AND producing this project has been the joy of my life,” Felicia told fans on Facebook.
Oh, and she’s apparently still working as a nurse. She posted a photo of herself giving final approval of the masters for the EP during a break from a 14-hour shift at the hospital where she works.
Felicia was without doubt one of the best vocalists on Season 12 of The Voice.
Twenty-eight when she auditioned, she turned three chairs with her performance of Beyonce’s “All I Could Do Was Cry,” and joined Team Alicia Keys.
She made it all the way to the Top 24 before being eliminated.
Pre-Voice, Felicia released a pair of EPs, “Bedroom Chronicles” and “To Whom It May Concern.” You’ll recall that she was also recovering from a bout with cancer when she auditioned for The Voice.