Javier Colon, also known as Javier, is an American singer, songwriter and contestant on NBC’s “The Voice”. Javier Colon was born in Stratford, Connecticut, the son of a Dominican father, and a Puerto Rican mother. Blessed with a stunningly soulful voice, uncanny writing ability, and a commanding stage presence, Javier appeared as a contestant on NBC’s reality singing competition “The Voice”. The show, produced by John de Mol and Mark Burnett, features a select group of contestants competing for a $100,000 grand prize and a music recording contract with a major record label. All four judges, Adam Levine, Cee-Lo Green, Blake Shelton and Christina Aguilera, opted to take him as one of their finalists. Javier ultimately chose Adam Levine as his coach and mentor. After weeks of competing against many of the best singers in the country, on June 29, 2011, Javier Colon was voted by America to be the winner of the first ever “The Voice” music competition.