Future Analyses (No Longer Taking Requests)

Vocalists Whom Will NOT Be Analyzed

Due to many fans not reading our rules carefully, we will provide a list of popularly requested vocalists that will not be analyzed because analyzing them would break our rules. Please read our rules before making a request.

2NE1’s CL

4Minute’s Hyuna

Big Bang’s Seungri

BtoB’s Hyunsik

BTS’ Jin & Jimin

EXO’s Chanyeol, Xiumin, Suho & Lay

f(x)’s Amber

Girl’s Generation’s Sooyoung & Yuri

Infinite’s L


Miss A’s Suzy

Secret’s Hyosung

Sera (Former Nine Muses)

SHINee’s Key

Super Junior’s Heechul, Lee Teuk, Kangin, Siwon

T-Ara’s Jiyeon



For analyses of members of idol groups, we only analyze vocalists. We do not analyze rappers, even if they may sing at times if their main instrument is rapping, we will not analyze them as it is not fair to them. If a rapper happens to have significant vocal skill then they shall be considered for an analysis.

We only analyze up to half of the vocalists in a group, and only the strongest half. If a group has 8 members but 4 are rappers, then we’ll only analyze up to half of the vocalists in that group. So in this case only up to 2/4 vocalists will be analyzed. If the vocalists in a group happen to be more vocally skilled and balanced, then more vocalists will be analyzed within a group, such as the case with SHINee, Brown Eyed Girls and Mamamoo.

We only analyze vocalists with sufficient material for an analysis. Therefore groups that debuted more recently, such as in 2016 and 2017, will not be analyzed due to the lack of material. We prioritize vocalists who have longer careers with more material for an analysis.

*******WE ARE NO LONGER TAKING REQUESTS ******* because the list of vocalist to be analyzed has reached a fairly lengthy size, we will be no longer accepting requests until the list decreases in size.

Disbanded groups or members who left their groups and are now not active anymore in the mainstream will NOT be analyzed. Even if they may be active, they’d need to be significantly vocally skilled to be considered for an analysis. If they’re active outside of Korea/K-pop, they’re not K-Contemporary artists anymore, therefore will NOT be analyzed.

With trendy TV shows like Idol School and Produce 101, we must inform you we will NOT analyze temporary groups as there will not be enough material within their one year together to write a full analysis for their main/lead vocalists. These vocalists shall be analyzed once they re-debut under a solo stage name or under another group in the future, following the guidelines provided above regarding material, positions and relevancy within their groups.

Updating Analyses



Kim SoHyang

New Analyses

2018 (Priority Analyses)


(2015 debuts)

Gfriend’s Yuju


(2012 debuts)

Melody Day’s YeoEun

Tahiti’s Jerry

(2013 debuts)

TOPP DOGG’s Sangdo

(2014 debuts)

Dreamcatcher’s Siyeon and/or Yoohyeon

Laboum’s Soyeon

Sonamoo’s Minjae & High.D

(2015 debuts)

April’s Chaewon

CLC’s Seunghee

Day6’s Sungjin

iKON’s Junhoe

Monsta X’s Kihyun

Oh My Girl’s Seunghee

Seventeen’s DK, Seungkwan

TWICE’s Jihyo

UP10TION’s Hwanhee and/or Sunyul




Kim Dahyun


4Men’s Shin Yongjae

Guckkasten’s Ha Hyunwoo


Hwang Chiyeol

Kim Bumsoo

Kim Dongryul

Kim Tae Woo

Lee Younghyun

The One

Park Kiyoung

SG WANNABE’s Kim Jinho

Shinhwa’s Shin Hyesung

Seo Moon Tak

TOPP DOGG’s Sangdo

Ulala Session’s Myunghoon


2019 ~ Indefinitely



A.Kor’s Jiyoung

April’s Jinsol

Astro’s MJ &/or Sanha

Baek Ahyeon

Bernard Park

Berry Good’s Taeha

Blackpink’s Rosé


Buzz’s Kyunghoon

CLC’s Sorn or Seungyeon

Cosmic Girls’ Yeonjung & Dawon

Crayon Pop’s Choa


Eric Nam


Gavy NJ’s Gunji

Gugudan’s Sejeong & Haebin

Ha Dong Kyun


Han Dong Geun

Huh Gak

In Sooni




Kim Feel

Kim Jongkook

Kim Gunmo

Kim Juna

Kim Kyungho

KNK’s Inseong & Youjin

Lee Eunmi

Lee Juk

Lee Jung

Lee Michelle

Lee Seung Chul

Lee Seunggi

Lee Sora

Legend’s Listen

Lim Chang Jung

Lim Jaebum

Lim Junghee (J.Lim)

Lim Kim

Lovelyz’s Jin or Sujeong


Madtown’s Lee Geon &/Or H.O.

Matilda’s Haena

Mr.Mr.’s Tey


NCT’s Stronger Vocalists

Nell’s Kim Jongwan

Norazo’s Lee Hyuk

Nine Muses’ Keumjo

Hyuko’s Oh Hyuk

Oh My Girl’s Hyojung

Paran’s Ace

Parc Jaejung

Park Boram

Phantom’s Sanchez

Pentagon’s Jinho & Hui

Playback’s Woolim

Pristin’s Sungyeon


Royal Pirates’ Moonchul

Rumble Fish’s Choi Jini


Seo Ingook

SF9’s Inseong

So Chan Whee

Stellar’s Hyoeun

Sung Shi Kyung

Sunny Days’ Sunkyung

Sunnyhill’s Jubi


TWICE’s Nayeon and/or Jungyeon

UP10TION’s Hwanhee and/or Sunyul

Urban Zakapa’s Jo Hyuna and Kwon Soonil

Vibe’s Yoon Minsoo

Vromance’s stronger vocalists


Yoo Seungwoo

Yoon Do Hyun


If any of you would like your idol to be analyzed, drop your request in the comment box. If you attach videos/recordings of their (preferably) latest live performances, it will be helpful. But then again, it will not guarantee that your idol will be analyzed since it will depend on our contributors. We can’t even guarantee when we will release the analysis of the above mentioned future projects. One other reason is that analyzing vocal when there isn’t enough material to judge them will be challenging and more or less inaccurate. This will explain why judging rookie idols is an issue.



11,451 thoughts on “Future Analyses (No Longer Taking Requests)

  1. Sorry to learn that Sohyang’s analysis has been taken down, but I’m awaiting eagerly nonetheless for the updated and improved analysis that does justice to her vocals:))

    Just curious to know your thoughts about Sohyang’s latest performance in IS2 (You Raise Me Up): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r_kaWAaW8u8
    1) How were her low notes at the start of performance? Some have pointed out they sounded kind of breathy but my guess it’s more of a stylistic choice.
    2) Were her G5s at 5.50-5.55 fully resonated, or was there a tinge of strain or tension?
    3) What are your general thoughts about the arrangement?

    I understand you guys are very busy right now so please take your time to respond. Cheers and keep up with you good work!


    1. 1. I wasn’t too impressed with her lower notes they didn’t stick out to me in any particular way.
      2. Those sounded perfectly fine to me. I really like them.
      3. I’m so used to the original arrangement of this song that hers sounded kind of weird especially with lyrics that I have not heard before lol, but it was fine awhile.


  2. Arre these C5s of Yuju supported? I personally think that they’re closer than before :\

    at 2:23, 2:26, 2:39, 2:42


  3. hello. who do you guys think are NCT’s stronger vocalist? I have the impression that it’s Taeil, Doyoung,Haechan, or possibly jaehyun and renjun, too. But im curious what u guys think.


    1. Definetly Taeil,Doyoung and Jaehyun as far as I read the comments form Ahmin and Pandayeu. I also read that Haechan has no real support but he´s still young and his voice is still getting more mature so that could chance. I think somewhere I read that Jungwoo supports but since he didn´t sing that much in BOSS it´s hard to say. Don´t know about Renjun tho..


      1. Taeil definitely seems the strongest right. He’s the most relaxed and most consistent out of all their vocalists. From what I’ve heard Doyoung’s not bad either but he’s quite nasal and raises his larynx above F4. I even think Jaehyun is a little bit stronger as of the moment.


      2. No doyoung is not far from taeil , he supports up G4/G#4 live and studio . phrased supported G#4 in timeless live , G#4 in lay me down cover and another one in Boss , he also got connected head voice so he doesn’t raise his larynx above F4 and he’s above JaeHyun who got C#3 – C#4 not sure how consistent he’s above

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      3. Yeah I didn´t know how good Doyoung was because I read somewhere that he supported quite a few G4´s or atleast they didn´t sound bad. Thanks for your clarification on that point ^^ but as far as I read Jaehyun also has D4 down or am I wrong? I know that his lower range is quite underwhelming but i think his mix isnt bad


  4. Minseo has becoming one of my favorite artists, and I love her style; however, I’m not very educated on technique. Because you’re not doing requests on vocalists as a whole, can you look at this performance at least?


  5. random thought: i noticed you have day6’s Sungjin on the maybe list, i was wondering who do you think are the strongest vocalists in day6? not necessarily asking for a ranking, i’m just curious since all of them sound like fairly strong vocalists to me


    1. not Ahmin, but ppl have asked him about that before! From what I remember, Sungjin and Jae have ok support and Jae has some good F4’s, whereas there’s only shallow support from Young K (Ahmin has once suspected he is a baritone bc he can keep tone on C3’s easily, dunno abt his opinion now) and from Wonpil I personally don’t hear much? Might be because he sounds so nasal and whiny, but… well. I’m pretty sure notes above F4/F#4 are not a good place for them.


      1. Hi, ahmin, how about T-ara’s Hyomin performance on King of masked singer Last Week? Is she supported or not?


      2. Hi, ahmin, how about T-ara’s Hyomin performance on King of masked singer Last Week? Is she supported or not?


    1. All of the Suju members outside of KRY and Zhou Mi are weak singers. Donghae may be a lead vocal in D&E, but that doesn’t mean he can support his voice well.


  6. I read somewhere that supported range is pseudo-science and cannot be scientifically proven. What are your thoughts on this?


    1. The day they create a machine that can determine whether a sound is strained or not is the day I feel we won’t be needed. Till then I’ll trust my ears and if people want to call it pseudo science because they can’t hear it for themselves, then I’m sorry for them.


      1. Yes, I agree with you fully. If only there were a scientific method to train our ears to distinguish supported sound from strain…


      2. If there was a machine it’d be great. People think that ghosts aren’t real because you can’t prove to them what material they’re made of or that time travel isn’t possible. Years ago I think the idea of a plane flying would’ve been considered, so just because we don’t currently have the technology to do something does not make it impossible. It just means we don’t know how to do it, yet.


  7. April Chaewon covers for 2018

    She’s done quite a bit of covers this year actually you can find more on that channel lol


  8. Hi admins. What can you say about Jisoo’s live performance? Specially her transitions from chest voice (?) to head tone. And did she improve since debut?


  9. Another one. What can you say about Jisoo’s parts specially the bridge at 2:38. Was her low notes good? And what can you say about Rose’s high notes at 0:48 and 1:59


  10. i was wondering what you think of subin’s technique.
    is it weak or average? maybe other?? (doubt it)
    i don’t know, but i am very curious since she is my favourite singer.
    here are some clips if you don’t know:

    when i listened to these i think she tends to be rather airy and she gets tense the higher she goes up. (i think, i couldn’t listen to them properly ‘cause i might wake up my family members)


  11. Please analyze this guy. He is part of a group called Dar Dal. In the song cover of Jason Mraz, he’s the one on the left. Then he has a solo song. This guy is the main vocal of the group, I believe, which fits in with the blog’s requirements. He is also the visual of the group, and you hardly ever get a visual/main vocal combo. He is definitely skilled, resonance on F4s. Please, I know you’re not taking requests, but I beg you to make an exception for this guy. Please analyze him. This blog has a baritone shortage. He can fill your quota. PLEASE!!!! I hope I don’t sound too pushy. I’m just a fan.

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    1. wtf lol isn’t that ahmin on the left? im actually not sure if you playing or not lol anyways he has said he wouldn’t make an analysis on himself, would be kinda cool if pandyeu could make it for him tho,

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  12. Hi Ahmin 🙂 I was wondering if I could ask some questions regarding this video about Woojin. He sings at 0:55, 1:51, and 2:24.

    Firstly, I was wondering how his intonation was? Was he open on the high notes? How were his adlibs? I’ve also noticed his singing was a lot louder and more “stable” than the other members, and this is generally the case when listening to skz lives…. is this due to his breath support?

    I really like his voice, and I really hope he does not fall to the JYP method of half air – he was originally trained in SM. Do you think he can overcome whatever issues he may have in the future? He has improved a lot since the show, and he practices frequently.

    Thank you for answering this if you do! I really like your blog, it’s pretty informative :))


  13. Hi! This is my first time commenting so sorry if I do anything weird or mess up because I’m really awkward, but I was wondering how Taeha did here? I’m still learning about technique and my pitch is still really bad (but it’s ever so slowly improving) so I wanted to ask the professional. Does she support at all?

    0:46 1:01 2:28 2:46

    I’m not sure if this is actually live since it does sound like it was prerecorded, so I’m sorry if that makes a difference. Taeha is Momoland’s main vocalist, and I noticed you hadn’t really said much about Momoland in general (except for a comment on Ahin, I think) so I was curious as to how Taeha’s singing is. Thank you! 🙂


  14. Hello~

    DreamCatcher’s Yoohyeon and Gahyeon have performed Tayeon’s “I” on their world tour. What can you say about Yoohyeon here?

    Thank you in advance!


  15. Hi! I’m know you would rather prefer a live than a studio version, but this is only version I can find. Did Xiumin supported at 2:47? This was the first time he was assigned a high note in CBX songs, so it kinda made me curious. Thank you!


    1. Generally for vocalists who have yet to show support throughout their mid registers, it’s more important and I’d rather hear them singing with support in a mid range instead of high notes. That’s a G4 and I’m afraid it’s not supported.


      1. No not quite. Instead of lower registers, it’s the middle register. Most things in life start from 1 onward, from the bottom to the top but 1 in singing is the middle. From the middle you expand both upward and downward to your highest and lowest notes to develop the voice but support in the middle is the first step, along with control, pitch, breath management and dynamics. All of which we look at before we think of high notes.


      2. i think she was asking at what note does the middle register switch into the upper register, which occurs around E4/F4 for a baritone right?


  16. Hi! I’m really looking forward to your analyses for Seventeen’s main vocals DK and Seungkwan, but it seems it would take quite a while, and I respect that (thank you for your hard work). 🙂 I just really want to know your opinion about who amongst the Seventeen members is the strongest vocalist. And how well you think he ranks with respect to other powerful vocalists of other boy groups. I hope you respond. Thank you very much! 🙂


    1. Hi! I am responding to let you know that I have read your comment but I am so sorry that we don’t answer questions regarding rankings anymore so I’m afraid I cannot answer.


  17. Glad to see that Pentagon’s Jinho and Hui will eventually be analyzed – obviously, whenever the team gets around to it, but I still appreciate that they’re on the radar. As a pair they’re interesting and varied – Jinho has SM training and Hui’s tones are almost R&B-like, so I’ll be curious to hear your thoughts eventually. (Not to push.)


  18. hello, i have found a old video of yuju covering “butterfly”
    what do you think about 0:06~0:13 (it sound like a head voice?)


  19. Hi ! Just passing by to say that I really like this site and I can’t wait for Yuju, Jihyo and Seventeen’s main vocals’ analyses 🙂
    I also wanted to drop this compilation of Seungkwan singing on Vlive. It’s probably his most recent material apart from concert fancams :

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  20. Hi! I recently found your blog through your analysis of Park Bom’s vocal technique. I knew her technique was bad but damn girl! Or should I say YG for not getting her a proper coach.. Anyways I was wondering with her comeback approaching, would you be interested to do a second analysis of her to see how/if she has improved? I really like your site and hope you continue with it 😊


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  22. Hi! I don’t know if it’ll help you with your analysis but I made a video of seungkwan’s A4s!

    Do you think he’s improved at all in comparison to when he first debuted? I’m probably wrong but to me some of them still sound tight but I feel like some sound a lot better compared to before.

    Here is a pretty recent cover he did on happy together as well:

    I’ve learned so much from this site, I know you guys are really busy so thank you!

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  23. Hi Admin,

    Nayoung of Gugudan recently went on “The King of Mask Singer”. I remember you mentioned that she usually styled her voice to make it low and sexy. Would you mind make some comments about her singing in this video? Like does she support? How is her tone?

    Thank you!


  24. Can you analyze the vocal range kim jisoo of blackpink even i see’s someones analyze it but i can’t trust hi/her because they say that they are just a student its ok if you analyze her voice next year because she can’t show her potential more but someone can analyze her voice with just a 4 comeback song i hpoe you can analyze her voice if not now you can doo ot next year after their another comeback thanks

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    1. I can’t promise anything right now. Not just because of lack of material but because we didn’t intend to analyze anybody else in Blackpink. Also even after their next comeback they might not have enough material.


  25. Hi admin, what do you think about his A#4 around 3:40 ? I think it’s sound kinda a bit tight but actually it’s one of his better A#4 … The placement is ok, it makes me remember to his A4s in Wangsimni 1959


  26. Ahmin I have a question maybe a little out of place. If you had to do a ranking between Got7 and Twice principals vocalists: JB, Youngjae, Jinyoung and Yugyeom as well as Jihyo, Nayeon and Jeongyeon in which position would you put each one.

    **English is not my language but try my best, I’m sorry if I made mistakes.


  27. I noticed Romeo is not on the list of future analyses even though they debuted in 2015, is this cause of lack of requests for them to be analyzed or lack of material? or maybe both? i was just introduced to them and i was wondering


  28. Hello! I’m interested to know more about Young K’s vocal analysis. It’s a shame only Sungjin is considered for an analysis. I’ve read somewhere that Young K’s vocal can range from D3 to F#6. I think that is impressive so I would be happy if you guys considered him for future analysis. Thank you.


    1. Well as you know, or perhaps not, range doesn’t mean much when it comes to vocal ability, only potential. Also D3? For a male? That’s very high for a lowest note, especially considering I’ve heard him sing A2 at least and I’ve never heard him sing anywhere near the 6th octave.


      1. Well, I hope you guys will consider him for future analysis like in 2020 or something since I can see that your schedule is packed for 2019. Have a nice day! 🙂 thanks for your hard work.

        P/s: I really love his voice that’s why I wanted to know more.

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  29. Seems like mods have been inactive lately, but I’ll give it a try.

    Hi Ahmin or Pandayeu. Have you listened to Iz*one? If so, could you tell me what do you think of them?

    Yuri is main vocal, does she support here?

    And does Kwon Eunbi support?

    What I think is that Yuri’s throat is somehow closed/tight, and that she has a similar tone and technique as Ladies’ Code Sojung, and sings with a high larynx as she goes higher.

    Eunbi’s voice lacks openness and her support is shallow? (Her high note at 2:46 doesn’t sound strained, but I guess is not properly supported either?)


  30. A commenter said that the singer in the middle (gray shirt, glasses) shows more control and support in this video than the one on the left (green stripe). Is this true or are they tripping? I’m asking this question to anyone who happens to see this who knows at least some about singing, since I don’t know anything much.


    1. I really don’t like to answer questions that directly compare two vocalists because I don’t see the purpose of it. 3:33 F#4 for the green stripe, who I know is their main vocalist and I’ve heard sing with less throatiness before. He does not show support on F#4, but he is particularly throaty in this video. Generally he doesn’t support this high nonetheless, nor higher which was a good portion of the chorus of this song. He is generally shallow and his throat is tight. The guy with glasses is less tight, for sure. Less throaty. He isn’t supporting particularly well, but he has a more established sense of support from what I’m hearing in this video. 2:18 His F#4’s don’t carry too much throatiness, 2:25 but he’s still tight with a high larynx on G#4. Neither of them show particularly fantastic support nor development of their voices, but in this specific video glasses is less throaty and tight than green stripe. Okay glasses is Changbin, a rapper, and Woojin is the main vocalist. I can’t say anything conclusive and I didn’t see the comment saying Changbin’s support and control are better than Woojin’s. Would you mind showing me?


      1. Thank you for the reply, I didn’t expect one from a mod so quickly. Basically the original commenter said Changbin performed better with his vocals compared to the rest of the group in their karaoke clips. I was just really curious if their comparison rings true.

        This was the comment


      2. I think the commenter exaggerated a bit with not strained but they have a point. Pre-heat lol that’s a cute way to translate warm up, might be from a Romance language. Well like I said I don’t like to compare vocalists for no reason but in this particular video you could tell the difference.


  31. Please do Ha Hyun Woo and Lee Hyuk! I’d like to learn how to sing high notes that are supported like them, I can only reach their range using falsetto ;-;
    I also want to adopt Ha Hyun Woo’s vocal techniques, but I’m also a huge fan of Lee Hyuk

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    1. I think that you must always keep your voice type in mind so although I support you following the vocal technique of vocalists that are developed and are to your liking, you have to of course take baby steps.


    2. I think you should try listen to Jeffrey Lewis, he is a very awesome high tenor. His high notes are well supported and resonant beautifully. Don’t get me wrong, Lee Hyuk and Ha Hyun Woo are not bad vocalists at all, but they often opt to a stylistic way of singing that sounds strained and throaty. You shouldn’t imitate their singing styles


      1. When Ha Hyun Woo is being rocky, yes. When he tries not to, he supports/resonates pretty well, up to A4 last time Ahmin listened/gave a short review of him. I personally feel that he has working head voice too, the sound is very connected, maybe up to D5/Eb5/E5? I don’t know.


  32. So I was just wondering about Jisoo’s solo stage in their concert. Did she do good in this performance. Particularly the chorus where in the notes are getting higher, it starts I think at 0:27. Thank you!


    1. Oh wow I love this song and I’ve never heard it with korean lyrics added in! Interesting. Jisoo has not shown that she’s able to support her voice at all anywhere in her range yet, so the beginning is placed in the back of her throat and it’s shallow, anything from 0:27 is very pushed, very tense, very strained and closed in her throat.


  33. Hi! 🙂 I realised I haven’t been able to find many comments about Jiwon of fromis_9 on here, and I was curious about her technique.

    I only posted two since the first one isn’t a full cover, if there’s too much you don’t have to watch one^^ A lot of people compare her to Jihyo because they were on Sixteen together as some of the better vocalists, and I know Jihyo is average so I was wondering if Jiwon would be around the same level? Her voice is quite pretty for me^^


    1. I haven’t really been answering generic video questions or any video questions in a while as I feel it trapped me a lot with spending my time too much answering these and not getting much else done. So understand that I won’t go into too much detail. The ratings are gone so I won’t use those terms. Her support is dodgy, she lets it drop and she has underlying breathiness without connecting fully. A couple of pitchy moments from not supporting with consistent airflow and an expanded diaphragm in First Snow. Moments of support are there, but she tends to only want to support for high mixed belts but she just pushes on them. She’s not got clean enough support from what I’m seeing.


  34. hi, i know you rarely answer video related questions but if you probably have extra time can i know if the notes jinho belting during 3:23 onward are supported and in control? and how does a musical type vocal and range actually differ from the usual singing range?


    1. Towards the end he went into the fifth octave and like many tenors, closed his throat a lot. The particular note you pointed out is a G4. Sustained, very very pushed from his throat. He pushed, he didn’t support the note and project it with the support behind it. He just used his throat to push the note and shout it out. Musical singing is to a degree pop singing, it’s much more similar to it than it is to classical singing. But like classical singing, it’s more standardized. Pop singing can range from indie, where airy soft singing is normal, to very powerful rock belting that goes into the heights of one’s range. Musical sounding songs generally are belty, with more of a chest quality, they tend to enunciate more clearly, they need to be able to project well on stage so they can’t just whisper notes. But musicals can be rock influenced, can be R&B influenced, can be jazz influenced, so it’s not TOO far from pop music in general. They tend to just need to project better and have more precise vowel shapes. Most musical actors are trained to do so, so trying to emulate that without knowing how to do it can be quite dangerous. What Jinho did, considering that he has his own issues supporting G4’s, was just pulling his chest voice up to try to sound louder, thicker and more powerful like a musical singer, but he didn’t use support to do it. He used chestiness and air pressure without opening his throat enough nor using his vocal cords enough, which caused him to strain.


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