Celeste Betton releases debut single, ‘10,000 Reasons’

Celeste Betton has released her debut single, a cover of Matt Redman’s “10,000 Reasons.” The song is  the perfect soundtrack to her life, and will encourage listeners to keep pressing on, even when life doesn’t go the way you sometimes hope it will.

On Season 9 of NBC’s The Voice, the world was introduced to Celeste Betton, one of the dynamic vocalists to join Team Pharrell. The Ozark, Alabama native quickly became a fan favorite after moving Missy Elliot to tears during her Battle Round rehearsal, where she sang “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” with her teammate, Mark Hood. That performance was used to preview the Battle Rounds, and received over 2 Million views on Facebook alone in less than 24 hours, and was deemed by judges Adam Levine and Gwen Stefani as one of the BEST battle rounds in the history of the show (Check out that performance Here).

Celeste Betton releases single

Although Celeste was eliminated after the Battle Rounds, she became the inspiration behind the show’s newest feature, #CoachComeBackArtists, and for the 1st time in the history of the show, each coast was afforded the opportunity to bring back one artist (who had previously been eliminated in the Battle or Knock Out rounds) for a 2nd chance at being coined The Voice.

While Celeste wasn’t the winner of season 9, she’s still using her voice to speak to the world through music. “In a world where we find more than enough reasons to be worried, to complain, or to be fearful, everyday God in His perfect love and sovereignty is always faithful to show us #10KReason to bless him in-spite of…so i choose to do just that…” says Betton.

Betton is currently in the studio working on her debut album while being a wife and mother of two. Her single is available on all digital retailers such as iTunes, Google Play, and Tidal.

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