When Nicolás Ruiz first walked onto the stage of "Got Talent Chile," the judges might have thought he was just your average singer-songwriter. But they soon found out that he is a 20-year-old crooner straight out of a Frank Sinatra album!
Growing up listening to Elvis, particularly "Blue Suede Shoes," Nicolás became hooked on the sound of the '50s. Luckily for the world, he has the Rat Pack vocal chops to back it up!
Singing "Mack the Knife," the 1928 tune made famous by Bobby Darin, Nicolás made it seem like Dean Martin himself had suddenly appeared onstage.
With Nicolás' smooth tone, easy charisma, and classic quick vibrato, it's safe to say the room was smitten, none more so than actress Denise Rosenthal.
The young judge and the crooner shared a few quippy exchanges before she finally requested that he give them a sample of what his voice sounds like in a Spanish song. Nicolás immediately obliged, and the judges went wild all over again!
With endless compliments and favorable remarks across the table, it's safe to say that the world is about to see a lot more of this swoon-worthy old soul!
Watch Nicolás' gorgeous performance in the video below, and be sure to share his Sinatra-esque charm with a friend.
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