THE VOICE Finalist Trevin Hunte Releases New Single
NBC's The Voice Season 3 top four finalist, 19 year old Trevin Hunte's new song "Rise" is featured in Taraji P Henson's new movie titled "From The Rough". Hunte's song "Rise" has prominent placement in the movie as the backdrop of a crucial scene which adds to the story line in a big way.
"From The Rough" also stars Michael Clarke Duncan in his last role, LeToya Luckett, and Tom Felton and will be released in theaters onApril 25th.
The "Rise" song is available on iTunes now http://phobos.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewAlbum?id=863476292
Since NBC's The Voice, Trevin Hunte has moved to LA, lost 60 pounds and is working on his EP. This year, Hunte music can be heard in NCIS: Los Angeles, and FX's Legit. Hunte has performed at Stevie Wonder's Grammy Party, The Mint, The Roxy, Pre- Oscar party at the Bel Air Hotel.
From the Rough is a sports drama film based on the true story of Catana Starks, a former Tennessee State Tigersswim coach, who became the first woman ever to coach a college men's golf team. With drive, passion, and guts, she took an unruly group of mismatched kids from around the world and guided them to an all-time record at the PGA National Collegiate Minority Championship.
Tasked with building Tennessee State's first golf team and finding only one available African American golfer - Craig, a former caddy with plenty of talent but no confidence - Catana Starks pushes outside TSU's Historically Black context, and, against huge resistance, opens up the roster to underprivileged kids from around the world. The film stars Taraji P. Henson as Coach Starks, as well as Tom Felton, Michael Clarke Duncan and LeToya Luckett. The film was co-written by Michael A. Critelli and Pierre Bagley and directed by Bagley.