Top 5 Golden Buzzer Rap Auditions On ‘Got Talent’
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Since rap has gained popularity in music, plenty of people bring their passion of it to the Got Talent stage. Among the many rappers that performed on the biggest stages, some of them stand out from the rest, further solidifying their talent with gaining the Golden Buzzer. These are the top five Golden Buzzer rap auditions on Got Talent.
5. Bars & Melody – Britain’s Got Talent 2014
Bars and Melody consisted of singer and rapper duo Leondre Devries and Charlie Linehan. The young and talented duo performed a song titled “Hopeful,” about their experience with bullying. Their duo performance was enough to win everyone’s hearts and the audience chanted to press the Golden Buzzer, to which Simon Cowell did.
4. Osman – Sweden’s Got Talent
The youngest rapper in this list, at only five years old Osman was able to impress everyone with his talent at rapping. The budding rapper and singer surely had the surprise of his life when judge LaGaylia Frazier hit her Golden Buzzer.
3. Flau’jae – AGT 2018
The passionate Flau’jae is one of Georgia’s youngest hip-hop ambassadors who performed her original song “I Can’t Lose.” All of the judges including guest judge Chris Hardwick were impressed by her performance and all gave her standing ovations. Hardwick was moved by Flau’jae’s story and rapping talent that he pressed his Golden buzzer.
2. Patrick Jorgensen – Norway’s Got Talent 2015
This Norwegian rapper wrote one of the most heartfelt rap songs about his mother who lost her battle to cancer. Jorgensen performed his original single “Million Questions,” on season seven of Norway’s Got Talent and it moved everyone. Judge Mia Gundersen was in tears during and after the performance and subsequently gave Jorgensen a hug while judge Linn Skåber pressed her Golden Buzzer.
1. Joseph Allen – America’s Got Talent 2019
Joseph Allen is a dreamer that auditioned on America’s Got Talent season 14 where he showcased his unforgettable rap performance. Allen’s audition consisted of singing and rapping an inspiring original song about leaving a mark on the world. Howie Mandel was visibly inspired by Allen’s song and stood up to hit the Golden Buzzer with his foot.