His latest single, released late last month, is a cover of Aaliyah’s 2003 Top 10 R&B hit “Come Over.”
You can check out Vedo’s version of the song below.
It’s the fourth single from Vedo this year, following a superb cover of Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You,” “So Gone” (a Monica cover) and “My Boo.”
The latter is a duet with Sydney Renae and Vedo’s second most popular song on Spotify with more than 450,000 plays.
Vedo was 20 when he auditioned for The Voice in the spring of 2013 with a cover of Justin Beiber’s “Boyfriend,” landing a spot on Team Usher.
He advanced all the way to the Top 12 before being eliminated.
You might remember him as the singer whose mom was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer around the time he was trying out for the show.
She got to attend his audition, but passed away before his national TV debut, according to Vedo’s Facebook page.
Vedo has released two major projects since The Voice, an album called “93” and an EP called “State of Mind.” “Four Walls” from the aforementioned album has more than 2.5 million plays on Spotify.
Here’s that new cover.