The song DeAndre Nico performed this week on NBC's The Voice was a popular evangelical worship song from the early 2000s: "I Can Only Imagine" by Mercy Me.

The song stayed trending on mainstream music charts throughout much of 2003. Last week, he sang "Ordinary People" by John Legend, which released only a year later in 2004.

Now, the voters will determine which of the top 13 contestants move onto the next round.

"Whatever God desires for me, bro. I'm here, I'm just a willing vessel, that's all I can say," Nico told 12News in a recent interview outside his childhood home on the corner of 9th Street and 6th Avenue.

His mother Rev. Johnna Nico, is a pastor. She said her son has loved music since childhood.

"He would grab the shoe boxes, pans, plates it didn't matter if it was flat." she said. "He wanted to hear the different noises they made."

Voting for The Voice contestants is open on the app until Nov. 20 at 6 a.m.

VOTE ONLINE | Vote on The Voice's website

IPHONE | Download The Voice App for iOS to vote for DeAndre

ANDROID | Download The Voice App for Android to vote for DeAndre

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Port Arthur's Deandre Nico performs on The Voice on NBC.
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Here's more of our coverage of DeAndre's journey on The Voice:

READ MORE | DeAndre's Dream: Port Arthur man reflects on journey to "The Voice"

MORE | Port Arthur native DeAndre Nico advances to top 13 on 'The Voice'

WATCH | DeAndre Nico sings "Ordinary People" by John Legend on NBC's The Voice Monday night

WATCH | DeAndre Nico's dad and uncle talk "The Voice" final knockouts and watch party

WATCH | Port Arthur's DeAndre Nico makes it past the Battle Rounds of 'The Voice'

WATCH | Deandre Nico gets a four chair turn on The Voice

MORE | Port Arthur's Deandre Nico among 3 that left 'The Voice' judges speechless during season premiere