St. Paul singer Nicholas David Mrozinski channeled late soul singer Barry White during the top 20 playoff round during NBC's "The Voice" Wednesday night -- and won the show's coaches over in the process, the Pioneer Press reported.
Mrozinski, who goes by Nicholas David on the show, sang White's classic hit, "You're the First, the Last, My Everything."
Coach Adam Levine explained to the crowd members too young to remember White that the soul great made "baby making music."
"I want to make a baby now because I heard that song and that's the test. If I want to make a baby after listening to Barry White, you did a great job," Levine told Mrozinski.
See Mrozinski sing the song and see the judge's reactions below.
Mrozinski's coach on the voice is CeeLo Green, who was gushing over the singer.
"I really think you deserve to go all of the way ... and I want to be there every step of it," Green said.
Mrozinski will find out Thursday night on "The Voice," which airs on KARE-TV, if he made the cut for the top 12.