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Interview: DeAndre Brackensick of 'American Idol'
As you got the results of the judges' Wild Card decisions, you were very emotional. What was going through your mind at that moment?
Just at the end, all I was thinking was, "This is it," you know? Because I've been working hard for this... That was crazy. I felt like -- because I've been working way too hard for this, and it was like, When I finally got that yes, it was just relief. Everything paid off. It was crazy with everyone going away. It was bad.
Were you prepared to get a "no"? It was very close.
I was kind of preparing for a "no" because my song choice -- I was happy with my song choice, but the key I did it in was a little shaky. I messed up. I took a risk at that.
Where do you think it went wrong?
Because I'm really known as a falsetto singer, which I love, not many people, not a lot of people like that, so I tried to put some low into it. But the key in that first whole verse did not do good for me at all. So I had to take a risk of that.
What kind of music can we expect from you going forward?
R&B soul, I'm going to stick to that as much as I can. It's still going to be R&B soul, I'm still going to do falsetto, I'm not going to give that up. That's who I am. Even if you don't like it, that's who I am. That's how I sing.
Why do you think the falsetto is so polarizing?
It's just people's opinion, like some people don't rapper voices or genres of music. Some people just don't like it, and I understand that.
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