Parents Couldn’t Hold Their Tears, When The Kids Sang This At The Competition! Talented Little Ones Indeed!

The music dialect is understandable to each human on Earth. At the point when these four children were picking the tune for The Voice Kids show, Russia, they didn’t hesitate by any stretch of the imagination. Artem, Julia, Marsel, and Xenia picked Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah.

Composed in 1984 the tune hadn’t been spotted until the mid-90s, when John Cale and Jeff Buckley made a cover after it. It was even more popular after in 2000s, the Shrek movie played it in one of their soundtracks and it has been performed by various artists everywhere throughout the world from that point forward.

The four children sing the Russian interpretation of melody on the enormous stage, while their folks are tensely holding up behind the curtains. Their saintly voices achieve will let you speechless!

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