The Voice Kids star Perry Cooke, from Norwich, releases first album

Perry Cooke appeared on The Voice Kids 2017 on will.i.am's team (Photo: ITV/Debbie Cooke)

Perry Cooke appeared on The Voice Kids 2017 on will.i.am's team (Photo: ITV/Debbie Cooke) - Credit: Archant

A teenager from Norwich is set to release his first album after appearing on The Voice Kids.

Perry Cooke, who was mentored by will.i.am on the show, was one of 12 children to reach the 2017 semi-finals after singing a rendition of Imagine by John Lennon.

He is now set to release his first album, called Unplugged, which features the song alongside hits by Ed Sheeran.

All the money raised from the sale of the album will be donated to two charities – the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospital Skin Cancer Appeal and the Teenage Cancer Trust.

MORE: Norwich pupil, Perry Cooke, raises £6,000 for charity with first performance since appearing on the Voice Kids UKJenny Townsend, from Teenage Cancer Trust, said: 'We are very grateful to Perry for supporting young people facing cancer with these album sales.

'Perry's support for Teenage Cancer Trust means we can continue to provide essential care to young people, and will take us a step forward towards our goal of making sure no young person has to face cancer alone.'


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Perry has been singing since the age of eight and won numerous talent-show competitions before his appearance on The Voice Kids. His next live performance will be at Norwich's largest Christmas market: the Festive Fair the The Forum on Monday November 27. He will be performing his album tracks alongside some festive Christmas songs.

• The album is available to purchase on November 27 on cdbaby.com

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