It's been almost a year since controversial looping artist Sam Perry won The Voice as part of Team Kelly.
But as the new season of the Channel Nine singing show kicks into high gear, fans have been left wondering what the artist is up to.
Sam made headlines during his season after coach Boy George accused him of "being a DJ" and declared "It's called The Voice, not The Technology."
But the rising star had the last laugh when he went all the way to the end, and scored victory with the highest number of votes in Voice history.
The 28-year-old went on to release his winner's single Trust Myself, which debuted on the ARIAs singles chart at number 78 – selling just 2,414 copies.
Undeterred by his first single's flop, Sam, who attracts almost 30,000 monthly listeners on Spotify released another single, Looking For Light.
At the tail end of 2018 he embarked on a national tour, cheekily titled "Not A DJ", seemingly a playful dig at Boy George's infamous insult.
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On the personal front, Sam has had his longtime actress fiancée Liberty Hills by his side.
The Perth-based looping artist popped the question to high school sweetheart Liberty in September 2017.
While there's no word yet on whether the couple have found time to tie the knot, their Facebook pages still have their relationship statuses listed as "engaged" so that highly anticipated walk down the aisle may be still yet to arrive!
Among all this Sam and Liberty have managed to squeeze in travelling the world - even brushing shoulders with Game of Thrones star Maisie Williams in London along their journey.
We can't wait to see what he gets up to next!