25 thoughts on “Debunking K-pop Vocal Myths #14: How to sing with a unique voice!”

  1. the flawless one

    Singers with adequate/good techniques are more unique than singers with “unique” vocal styling and bad technique. You can sound like the latter, but if you try to copy Hyorin, Ailee or SoHyang (lol), you can’t because their good techniques literally help their voices to stand out ! There are more singers with bad techniques than singers with good techniques, how singing with a bad technique will make you stand out from the good singers ??? I don’t understand lol 😂 Good video

    Singers with adequate/good techniques that I consider “unique”:
    -Park Jimin (15&)
    -Baek Yerin (15&)
    -Luna from f(x)
    -Lee Hi
    -Bada (S.E.S)
    -John Legend

  2. Sometimes I have a hard time recognizing NCT Taeil’s and Doyoung’s voice because they sound *”almost”* the same. I know some people can recognize their voices but sometimes other people can’t. Is it because they have the same voice color ? Or because their style is kinda similar ?

  3. Son Seungyeon is a great example of a singer that sings well and can sing in many different styles!~ she’s amazing. Also, I loved this video! I love the ones that have more clips for us to listen to. Thank you for the great content, it’s been very informative and interesting 💙

  4. Park Bom did go to Berkelee so I would presume she was taught how to sing but throughout her career she started having more problems (nodules + no proper training) and her voice was ruined. She’s still my queen and I love her but I wish she was able to turn off that “technique” and sing healthier. She would still sound unique without it

  5. That indie style of singing is so common I don’t know how anyone could think it’s unique. I guess it depends what sort of music you listen to though.

  6. So that’s why I’ve always found Park Bom’s singing very uncomfortable to listen to.. before I knew anything about singing just because I kinda feel it on my throat when I listen to her

  7. 5:38 She actually sounds almost exactly like Park Bom O.O If I didn’t know it’s someone else and didn’t see her face, just heard the voice, I would think it’s Park Bom

  8. Thank you for this video. I’ve grown really tired of people hiding behind the word “unique” to excuse almost complete lack of singing technique. As you said, it’s perfectly fine to develop a specific style that fits your musical taste, as long as you learn the basics first. I see a lot of people praising Rosé for her voice when I, personally, find it difficult to even listen to her for a few minutes: but as soon as I try to explain why, fans will defend her by saying that she has a unique voice. To be honest, I’ve heard a lot of performances where she messed up even the pitch, and as much as you want to sing with style, pitch isn’t really something you can go around. I’m afraid the agency itself didn’t really care about giving her proper singing lessons as long as she could sing with a voice that fit their style and could be found likeable by the general public.

  9. Ahmin, when you said “twins” I immediately thought of the Baritone twins in Boyfriend. I know this is more related to genetic studies, but can identical twins have different voice type/timbre?

  10. okay, this is probably a very very dumb question, but how can you tell if someone has proper breath support? and I have seen the video which you did on developing support – thanks for that- but are there any more exercises I could do?

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