Mrozinski, who goes by the stage name Nicholas David on the televised musical competition, performed "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" by Barry White.
"It's so incredibe, I'm a huge fan of yours," said coach and Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine following Mrozinski's performance. "Barry White makes baby-making music, and I want to make a baby right now," he joked.
Levine wasn't the only one to show his appreciation for Mrozinski's performance. Mrozinski's coach, platinum-selling musician Cee Lo Green, called his voice a "bridge over troubled waters."
"You know you make me proud," Mrozinski's coach, Cee Lo Green said. "You just really can do no wrong in my book, and I really think you deserve to go all the way."
Mrozinski is one of 20 musicians remaining on "The Voice". All are competing for a grand prize recording contract. A total of 12 musicians—or three members from each of the four teams on the show—will advance to the next round after this week's competition. Mrozinski, who is a member of Cee Lo Green's team, has already defeated several fellow competitors in the show's earlier rounds.
He is scheduled to appear again during another airing of the show at 7 p.m. on Thursday. The results of this week's national polls will be revealed following tomorrow's show and the top 12 will be decided during the special elimination round.