For Jeff Chery, Dakota Unique and M. Rose, they’ve only got one more chance to prove to the judges that they’re worth keeping around and developing.
For Rick Ross, it’s important for him to see that Jeff Chery can consistently deliver quality records. While he ends up being totally impressed by the Haitian Mufasa’s record, The-Dream can’t let him walk away without making fun of him for constantly taking his shirt off on stage. “You should just come to the stage with your shirt off already! We already know what you’re gonna do now!” He even threw in this quality facial expression for good measure:
The-Dream was very clear from the start that this performance was M. Rose and Dakota’s last chance to prove that they deserved to stick around. But overall, he was left disappointed. Once again, he brought up the fact that M. Rose may be a talented songwriter, but when it came to performing, she was “struggling.”
And to make matters worse, M. Rose had an unintentional mic drop that left her like:
When it was Dakota’s turn to perform, it looked like she decided to go with her original choice of song, rather than changing it up like The-Dream had suggested. Maybe not the best move. The-Dream said, “Dakota must not have heard me when I tried to convey to her that she was on that block.”
Yikes. Looks like it’s the end of the road for M. Rose and Dakota Unique.
Tune in to SIGNED on Wednesdays at 9/8C to find out who’s going to be performing for their spot next week.