Charlotte’s Sainted Trap Choir Shocked Judges Last Night on ‘America’s Got Talent’ Finals

Charlotte’s own Sainted Trap Choir was once again on America’s Got Talent finale last night with possibly their best performance yet – a unique gospel/trap choir remixed version of Madonna’s “Like a Prayer”.

The show is now in the voting stage, so if you loved what they did, you can vote for them here. The winner will be revealed on the last episode of this season on February 19th.

Last night’s epic performance follows their collaboration with Andra Day at the Super Bowl, where they performed “Lift Every Voice and Sing” to open the official Super Bowl festivities.

Charlotte’s Sainted Trap Choir Performed With Andra Day To Open Last Night’s Super Bowl

Sainted made it to the finals last month by doing an epic rendition of Prince’s “Purple Rain”, after which Cowell slammed the Golden Buzzer, a coveted honor that immediately advances the group to the AGT finals.

The group’s original AGT audition featured Migos’ 2016 “Bad and Boujee,” followed by Lil Uzi Vert’s “Just Wanna Rock” and finishing with the 1993 dance anthem “You’ve Got to Show Me Love” by Robin S. and Sandeville:

Established in 2020, Sainted Trap Choir self-describes as a “trap choir,” blending gospel, worship, and trap sounds.

Originating from the southern U.S. in the 90s, trap music is a distinct rap subgenre. While its lyrical delivery is more spoken than sung, like most rap, its defining characteristic lies in its multilayered and percussive rhythm, drawing influences from club and EDM genres.

What do you think about the groups performances so far? 



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