What Happened To Tessanne Chin From The Voice?

Tessanne Chin shot to fame after singing her way to victory on the fifth season of NBC's The Voice in 2013. Throughout her time on the reality competition series, the Jamaican-born performer teamed up with Maroon 5's Adam Levine and wowed the coaches and audiences alike with her powerhouse vocals. Chin released her first major solo album just months after her Voice victory, and here's a look at what she's been up to ever since. 


Shortly after her winning appearance on the NBC hit, Chin was presented with a Gold Medal of the city of Kingston during a special homecoming performance in January of 2014, the Jamaica Observer reports. Six months later, she released her debut album with Republic Records, Count On My Love. The album spent just two weeks on the Billboard 200, peaking at No. 41. Per The Hollywood ReporterCount On My Love earned the lowest debut sales of a The Voice winner at that time, with just 7,000 copies shifted in its first week. 

Tessanne moved on to start a family

Chin eventually parted ways with Republic Records and went on to release stand-alone singles, including the R & B-inspired tune Fire in 2015. Speaking to Billboard, she described working on the song as an "organic and real" experience. "It took me back to the music and an era that I absolutely love and respect," Chin told the publication. 


As The Jamaica Star reports, Chin divorced ex-husband Michael Cuffe Jr. in 2015 after four years of marriage. In June 2019, The Voice champion remarried, tying the knot with Brandon Hooks. Just three months later, Chin announced the pair were expecting their first child. Per the Jamaica Observer, Chin gave birth to daughter Zaia Christine Crooks in February, 2020. Announcing the happy news, Chin shared in an Instagram caption at the time: "We are completely and utterly in love and grateful to God for you our darling girl."