D.Minor tells the judges as he takes the stage that he will be rapping his original song titled, "Concrete Pillow", explaining that it's a song that he wanted to "raise awareness for a situation that is really big in Australia."
Nicole Scherzinger asks him, "How would $100,000 change your life?"
"I would invest it into a charity to help the program which helped me when I was younger. It would help other kids that have gone through some struggle."
His lyrics hit the judges hard:
"I know it's hard to see the future and imagine it's bright/ I have dimmed my lights down I keep crashing at night / every foster home I'm rostered in are highly distorted / the pain ain't going nowhere I don't try to avoid it / sometimes it's too much to bear, can you carry my load? / I know the streets snatch you up so we really die old / I used to sleep next to bakeries to gain some warmth / Kind of crazy how you saved me in the heart of the storm."
"So build me up and take me home I leave behind this concrete pillow / so build me up and take me home, I leave behind this concrete pillow," sings his backup singer in a stunning voice.
The judges and audience are brought to tears by his emotional performance.
"I don't think there's a dry eye in the house," Ricki-Lee says to the camera.
Lucy, clearly moved by his performance tells him: "To be able to take a really dark and hard and difficult time, and out of that making something beautiful... that was a truly magical moment."
"Hopefully the message you just put out will remind people that people who are homeless... so many do not choose to be there and you're a perfect reminder and an amazing ambassador for those people," Shane Jacobson agrees.
"I cook for homeless people," Manu says. "I bring my son with me and i hope with what you've done today it will open those people's eyes.
"If you win this competition and you get the $100,000, call me and I'll help you with your charity mate."
D.Minor gets through to the next round with four 'yes' votes from the judges.
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