Music has a way of taking one to great heights, and it did just that for Roberto ‘Kique’ Gomez after he left the Voice. Kique began his musical journey with the show The Voice and was lucky enough to make it to the top 10. Despite leaving the show, his music journey skyrocketed, earning him praise from notable musicians like Gwen Stefani, John Legend, Camila Cabello, and Blake Shelton.
The Voice has fostered and garnered the musical talent of many hopeful individuals, one of them being Kique, who is optimistic about his future despite having to leave the show. He has found music to be the driving force and form of expression that one cannot find anywhere else. After leaving The Voice, the musician went to Instagram to talk about his experience.
Calling it a “radical change,” he reiterates how thankful he is to be a part of The Voice family. He sent his regards to not just the judges and contestants but the staff members who helped him throughout this phase of his musical journey. He shares, “This experience has taught me so much and has given me a platform to be myself and share my music which is all I’ve ever wanted to do.”
Believing this to be the start of his journey, Kique promises incredible projects and music in the future. In recent times, he was proud to announce new music content with one of the Voice contestants, Parijita Bastola. Under the supervision of an acclaimed artist like Gwen Stefani, Kique has grown to understand music more and is ready to display his style and talent to the world. He performed in Sullivans Cove, Severna Park, Maryland, alongside his trusted comrade Parijita, welcoming a vast crowd who admired Kique’s vocals.
What started with auditioning for The Voice led Kique to be known as one of the brightest and most talented musicians in all of America. His voice and personality captured the attention of not just the Season 22 judges but also gained him global recognition. With his music career off to a great start, Kique is ready to take on more riveting projects that showcase his personality, sexuality, and love for music.