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Saturday, 11 December 2010

Britney Spears- Vocal Profile/ Range


Vocal Type: Soubrette
Vocal Range: 3 octaves  (C#3- C#6)
Vocal Pluses: Can sing in tune and has an instantly recognisable recording voice.Her real strength lies in her mid to low range, as it's where her voice finds its most pleasant timbre.
Vocal Negatives: Voice becomes nasal as it ascends the chest register, thinning and gaining an unpleasant twang to it.







(will not be including the exclamations)

108 comments:

  1. Actually her vocal is over three octaves from Bb2 to Bb5/C6. And it wouldn't be 2.4 it would 2.5 and a semitone

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  2. Thanks for the correction, you were right about the 2.5 and semitone.

    If you could direct me to any clips of Britney hitting those notes I'd be glad to amend the profile.

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  3. Ok she hits B-flat (Bb2) in You Got it All, Luv the Hurt Away, That's Where You Take Me, and at the end of the C#3 in Oops. She exclamates a C6-A5 in Gimme More when she say "oww" and the at the end of the A5 she hits a A#5/Bb5. She also has plenty of B2's in a lot of songs as well.

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  4. Oh and the clips are on YouTube just like for any of those songs.

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  5. The negative points i dont think are a fair take.

    Nasally as you put it is basically what all the producers, writers, etc have asked her to do since she was 14, look on youtube about what Max Martin said. How she didnt need to push for that, and it was 'seductive'. I think it depends on the listerner, as well as the fact she has songs that arent nasally as you put it. You just actually need to listen to more than whats released.

    Also 'Weak Voice' i dont think its weak in the songs, i think its the 'comparing to other artists'. Shes going to have a weak voice compared to Jessica Simpson and Christina screaming there heads off.

    Im not pretending to know anything abot vocals or ranges. I just think that the vocal negatives should be citied different from 'Weak Voice'.

    Love the site though ^^

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  6. I agree with the person above. Britney's nasally voice isn't even her real voice at all; it's the fake voice producers have asked her to do to make her sound sexier.

    Britney's singing voice has always been a deep register.

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  7. She is a deep contralto. Look at this vid. Here she sings live without autotune and cant hit a note of her album version, she sings so nasally.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiLSNpHdulw

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  8. Hey guys. Thanks for the comments! @anon directly above, thanks for the tip, will be amending.

    As for the other guys who called me out for calling her voice "nasal" I agree that that was a poor critique. As such I've added to and amended the positives and negatives of Britneys Voice!

    Thanks for the comments! Truly appreciated.

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  9. This site has many mistakes on some vocal ranges.

    Britney Spears:
    Voice type: Soubrette
    Highest note: A5
    Lowest note: E3
    Vocal range: 2.5 octaves

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  10. I can't believe that you are counting exclamations (in the second video the last 3 notes are exclamations) in her vocal range, that's just stupid. Her last really high note is the A5 she sings in the window. Therefore, you have to correct her vocal range up to A5. I also think she's not a contralto, she's an alto, mainly because is extremely hard for her sing two octaves above middle C, the 5th octave notes.

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  11. @anon, I didn't include any of the exclamations from the second video, and I was going on faith that the vocal slide in the first video went up to an E6- like it claimed. But I just checked and it seems to stop at a C#6, so will be amending that.

    As for contralto vs Alto its staying as it is for now as she's hit notes below the G3- like the c#3 in womanizer and the D3 in Oops I did it again- that an alto range calls for.

    But this may all change when I eventually redo this profile with my own original research. When that time comes I will keep your comment- and the ones above- in mind when writing it. Thank you and everyone else for their comments!! :D

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  12. She is NO WHERE near a contralto. More like a Soubrette to be honest.

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  13. @anon above, I think Soubrette- though not technically a singing fach- is where I am going to put Britney for now. I'm sure I've already labelled someone else with that title- perhaps Ciara- so I shall amend.

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  14. She's isnt a soubrette she is naturally an alto which you can tell by her lower and mid registers. A soubrette wouldn't even be able to sing a C#3 on any day she may sing in the range of a soubrette but she isn't a soubrette.

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  15. Britney Spears:
    Voice type: Soubrette
    Highest note: A5
    Lowest note: E3
    Vocal range: 2.5 octaves

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  16. Middle C is C4! (The Highest C in Piano is C7). That's how I learned in the Conservatory.

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  17. 3 octaves? HAHAHA
    u r kidding me, right?

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  18. 3 octave??  i know singers with 1.5 octaves that sing better ,,mahhahah

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  19. Im a bit annoyed everytime I see the term Soubrette. I just don't understand why you would use it rather than the three main vocal profilings, Contralto, Mezzo Soprano/Alto, Soprano. I guess its just because I havent seen the term used often when regarding current popular artists.

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  20. As an editor on Wikipedia. I often use this site as a guidline as to the registration of various singers and their vocal ranges. More recently I found a citation in regards to Spears being a soprano which I added to her page. Soubrette and soprano are pretty much the same, soubrette is merely more of a character type and than a general soprano and has slightly different tonal qualities than that of a normal soprano. So even marked on here as soubrette! Spears is indeed a soprano. This is only due to the technique she employs duing singing though (the nasal gig) makes her sound higher and much more gentle than her usual voice (her usual non nasal voice being deeper and more dramatic sounding). But evidence of her soprano range is clear in songs like 'Everytime' where she not only has very little vocal weight but also sings very high. This song for me is her best, and a far greater representation of what her voice is all about. I know a lot if people slate her voice but I think she has a rather pleasant tone and timbre to her voice in that it could never become overwhelming just more intriguing :) 

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  21. She is a contralto who's faking a soprano voice. She's singing from the throat and nasally to thin out her voice since she isn't a fan of her natural deep voice. She is also most comfortable on her lowest register and at 16 years old, she could hit C#3s easily performance after performance. Anybody who thinks she's a soprano should be fired or should start singing.

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  22. If you had fully read my comment that is pretty much what I stated, she is indeed a soprano, but only because of the technique she employs to hit the notes she hits. I also agree that she probably is a contralto but she manipulates the sound of her voice deliberately to stray away from sounding so low and heavy, also I doubt firing me as a nurse because I think Spears is a soprano is going to help anyone's cause and by the way I sing tenor, and have a reasonable idea of how the human voice works.

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  23. You just contradicted yourself haha. A vocal classification isn't about where the singer most commonly sings, or how high/low they can sing and the techniques they use to get there, it's about where the voice most comfortably and naturally sits. It doesn't matter if she can use a vocal technique to make her sound like a soprano, she is a contralto from her natural tessitura. I can sing with all the heaviness of a bass if I force my larynx down, and could sing there all the time, but that wouldn't change the fact that I'm a tenor. I can sing mezzo-soprano by mixing the hell out of my voice or classically as a soprano, but I'm still a tenor..

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  24. Actually you did also, did you forget that vocal fach is also determined by range itself....? Also have you listened to any of Spears back catalogue??? If her tessitura was that of a contralto surely she would be recording songs on a more regular basis with such a sound - but she does not, hence the technique part coming into play (bearing in mind that such experimentation with the voice is how you train it?), this is where she clearly sits comfortably, its not just about how or what you do with your voice its the consistency in its use, and in Spears case her voice has stayed static in its sound from day one. If anything it has only gotten lighter and higher as her career has progressed.

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  25. You may want to rethink that, buddy.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rdd4dlss7TA

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  26. Wow, I have to admit - this genuinely surprised me! I have never heard her sing this good. I wish she sounded like this all the time!

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  27. OK Dudes, I concede. Only after having watched the Vid below posted by Ralph. THAT is how she should be singing all the time....she actually sounds pleasant (for once). Now Im off to cleanse my ears with some Goldfrapp...

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  28. i think her voice is so horrible and i havent seen her sing live since like 2001 so who even knows if she can even sing now 

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  29. ROFL  3 octaves . the worst singer in history 

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  30. Oh my heck! Britney has a whore-y soubrette voice. If I were her, I'm gonna sing it seriously. Full stop!

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  31. Most people have no clue of how good she is.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wyU0FmLr58

    She can sing, yeah... she just doesn't. Go figure.

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  32. There's a lot more where that come from, bud.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v0s2VfWR9Ro

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  33. Awesome, made the cheeky wee download too! I dont understand why she gets so autotuned when she is clearly so capable, frustrating!

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  34. Well I dont know if I am doing this right. Brit is definitely a contra alto the girl does have a good voice on her, she chooses to showcase her dancing (which is amazing btw)
    as seen here SKIP TO :50(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1UH1OO8DC4)

    and here  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_I-2cIZqOQo

    Going back to singing she showed her chops in the ole mmc days(with cute little JT) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jrrn8kFa7ks(best part from 2.17)

    and even earlier on Star search 
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2rKEeh8kLvU (Damn!!!!)

    On her unrealised tracks
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LGNZs_ybyh0m

    In the end her bread and butter is her personality and her performance
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgvHgoAg4x8(performance)
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6OxPtN6NHM(being herself)

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  35. She uses so much autotune...this may not even be her real voice range ...but yeah she's a soubrette

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  36. she can sing, thats not the problem. problem is she lacks proper training to utilize her voice properly. she strains trying to hold notes well within her limit. her vibrato is at times out of control and in others missing completely. you cannot judge by her studio music because that in and of its self is a fabrication. 

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  37. for me no matter what her voice is. its still unique, you can really identify her voice among others.... it doesnt mean if you sing loud you arfe an amazing singer, she's unique cos she knows how to play her voice in making it her own

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  38. Are you sure her range spans 3 octaves? That would mean she had a bigger vocal range than many more talented singers. I don't know much about vocals so please don't criticize me but does the fact she has such a soft tone make a difference? I mean it's pretty easy to sing like her

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  39. She has a G#2 in Me Against the Music and a F6 in Money Love and Happiness.

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  40. Stuey, you can't find anything about Avril's voice on wikipedia! I think that you could change that!

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  41. Hey I would but there is not much data out there about her voice per se, and if there is I have yet to find it lol hopefully the reviews on future material will be more focused on what she can do, then I can add the relevant info.

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  42. why does no one care about the fact that britney has spent most of her "singing" career" not actually singing live and lip syncing her way throught set after set???

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  43. Well she admitted that she's going to show much of her vocal capability on the upcoming album. Maybe after that! ;)

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  44. Hopefully, sadly its something thats often overlooked when her material gets reviewed. Personally I think she is a very adept singer who deserves a bit more kudos for what she does! ;)

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  45. that's false britney sttoped to sing live since the circus era

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  46. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrPMzBGmAJM this is another video of her renge vocal live maybe it could help :)

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  47. I'm not a fan of hers, BUT before judging her vocal abilities you guys should go on youtube listening to her child performances!! Look for "Young Britney Spears Singing" and watch it til the end. She used to be AMAZING!!
    Probably just didn't keep this up.

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  48. Range does not necessarily determine how good of a singer you are, it not the size but how you use it right? She tries to make her voice sound unique but when you hear her sing this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdRKmTb82nQ you can plainly hear that she is a contra alto faking being a soprano. The record label prefers it that way for some reason.

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  49. I was never convinced she was a soprano or even a true soubrette -- the voice sounded faked and thin as it ascended her chest register into the head. She always struck me as having a natural mezzo-soprano voice that either she or her handlers decided was not marketable, so they went with this autotuned, thinning twangy speak-singing. I knew she could actually sing having seen clips of her as a girl performing but her true, healthy singing voice and a lot of the recorded, heavily produced stuff don't match. Dare I say this is a mezzo-soprano singing in a soprano's tessitura? This isn't to say she can't strengthen her head voice. She can, but I feel like the voice people are sold is not Britney's true, best vocal form. I am not a fan and I can observe this. It's shocking to me to see her singing before the fame because she really was comfortable midrange and had a lot more vocal power and stamina. In many of the big hits today, her voice sounds reedy, tired, and nasal as if it is singing too high near her breaks all of the time. It's essentially being forced to be something I don't think it is.

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  50. Why does every other artists on this page have elaborate explanations about there voices and Britney has like three lines? She is one of the most iconic/legendary recording artist of our time; she deserves more I think.

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  51. I dunno. It's really hard to get a good feed on her voice between the autotune and the record producers forcing her voice to have a more recogniable feel--one, I have to admit, I kind of like, but I grew up obsessing over her as a child, so no escaping that.

    That said--though speaking voice doesn't indicate tessitura necessarily, her voice is so goddamn low and raspy I can't help but think she's a contralto. But, if she could sing all the notes in her recorded discography, with more training, she'd be a damn well-ranged one. It's sad--her low-voiced recordings are really something--not lyrically, of course, but vocally.

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  52. Well I think if she can reach up to those notes I wouldn't consider her a contralto maybe her power is stronger in her lower range but she is able to reach some notes and there is a difference between autotune and pitch correcter which is what every singer uses. Autotune completely changes your voice and makes you sound dreadful(unless you're Cher) and pitch correcter fixes the notes that you're singing, it's cheating yes but there is a big difference. So I would say she is a mezzo-soprano because she does have some quality of a Soubrette and a Soprano but most of the time she is straining herself to go high but I think she is just forced to sing that way because of her label, because what sells better then sex h'm? So I'm completely not sure but all I wanted to say was Britney barely uses Autotune Mostly on her Blackout album(such a mess -_-) some on Circus and some on Femme Fatale and then when she got complaints about her using Autotune so much she released stripped down versions of her songs so yeah that's all I have to say really but I don't want to start anything bad I'm just throwing in my 2 cents is all. :)

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  53. They prefer it because her lower singing voice is not attractive and sounding like a slut like it is now.

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  54. Britney's lowest note is a G2,in her unreleased song Dramatic and has hit B2 more than once, and her highest note is Eb6 in Mona Lisa and she has exclamed a F#6 live. All evidences on Youtube.

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  55. And hell no, she's not a soubrette! She's a contralto who sings in a soprano range, this is what's bad about her voice. Her vocal tone is very deep, listen to songs like Thinkin About You. And she can phrase in the vocal fry! 100% alto!

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  56. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bpCe-6iWbfI

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  57. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PwJEFClnP_c

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  58. More actually http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=nrPMzBGmAJM

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  59. I understand that most people have the idea in their head that Brit's a shitty singer but y'all have no idea what she's capable of doing. Her live range is Bb2-F#6 and without the exclamations Bb2-C#6 more than 3 octaves, her lower register is amazing, her belts are clean and were resonant at the begining of her career, her highest live belt is F#5 and she has sustained 2 amazing E5s in I Feel For You; her falsetto is very pleasant to hear and nice.

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  60. Ok I got better video showcasing Britney's range spanning fron G2-Eb6 3 octaves 4 notes and a semitone. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ci8KwUN9eO8

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  61. You're kidding right? She's lucky she even has a vocal profile page, let alone deserves more when there's barely anything good to say about her shitty voice in the first place.

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  62. It's not an idea really, it's a fact. Her falsetto is nothing more than like a lamb bleating in despair, her belts are nasal, thin and unsupported, her low notes are just little breaths and unsustained, her tone is awful and nothing special and she has no idea how to use what minuscule remains there is of her voice since MMC.

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  63. Yeah, a sheep could sing better.

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  64. And here being "unique" certainly does not make it a good voice.

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  65. Filthygorgeous5 March 2013 at 16:27

    Hi there, this is a video of Britney live singing it's much better than the current examples you have, i'd love for you to please review it and maybe update this file? It would be much appreciated, i love your site!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=nrPMzBGmAJM#!

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  66. They rarely take exclamations so that F#6 doesn't really count.

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  67. Actually she hits a B2 in Dramatic. And is a contralto or mezzo soprano.

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  68. Actually between Blackout, circus and Femme Fatale, Blackout is the album with the least pitch correction. The harmonies are cool and the voice effects too. It still sounds somewhat organic compared to the super metallic and smooth layered vocals of femme fatale and circus. I think she is a mezzo though. Her commercial light and twangy tone is not her natural tone of course but I feel like her very deep tone isn't either. I think it lies between those two extremes. Her speaking voice is now creaky and low but it's a forced sound.

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  69. Young Tan why are you so obsessed that you need to reply negatively to every comment about Britney? It's annoying you know.

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  70. Matthew Shepherd23 April 2013 at 18:47

    Mostly because her voice is a bit of a mystery, hence all the arguments on here. There are so many mechanical layers on her tracks you can't really tell where her natural range lies.

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  71. True, but it certainly isn't that extensive. It had some potential back during the MMC days but she was still pretty average even then.

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  72. its bizarre that stars this big dont get vocal coaches. its like how much money does britney spend on her weave? if she spent some time learning to sing she might be able to make some decent music where she doesnt sound like a robot butt plug.

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  73. wow i cant believe youre such a liar. you viscious demon. you're trying to destroy children with your evil!

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  74. Firstly, if you are going to attack me at least have the decency to do so using proper spelling and grammar. Secondly coming from someone (who is quite frankly insignificant) who knows nothing of me that is quite the analysis, I however would much prefer to be a "vicious" demon rather than just plain dumb.....build yourself a bridge and get over it! ;)

    http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m5s06oLgyo1r7ipafo1_400.gif

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  75. maybe ill hit you baby SEVERAL more times. CHECK YASELF BEFO YOU GET CHECKDDD

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  76. It's because they know there's nothing special about her voice and it would take more than a few vocal coach sessions to make much of a relevant difference - she doesn't have that raw vocal talent others are blessed with, she's average at best. She herself is a product and brand to be marketed and has that (dare I say, as I am not a fan) star quality that makes her so popular (for some crazy reason).

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  77. Well...I am sorry to say that even after copying your post into google translate and choosing the language 'illiterate fool' I still cannot work out what you are trying to say. And to think this is what my human kin has come to....so tragic indeed...

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  78. Hmm I copied this post into "stupid ass ho" translation and it said "Im a dumb ho wid nothin to say" OOOHHHH Hlooks like YOU need to go BACK to school!

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  79. http://stream1.gifsoup.com/view3/1134492/yawn-o.gif

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  80. Who IS that dude and what is his problem????

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  81. I have absolutely no idea, my mind is baffled! I should really leave him alone, mainly because its hurting my back trying to aim for his low level ;-)

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  82. true. she was designed for an image and she does that image very well.

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  83. No, she was pretty great during the MMC days, arguably better then even Christina was then.

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  84. That's your opinion, don't try to shove it down our throat. Why don't you go praise your faves instead? People like Britney's voice and songs, otherwise she wouldn't be successful today. She might not be a very skilled vocalist (she could have been with the huge potential she had) but the sound she created is indeed unique, nobody in the industry has a similar voice. So no matter how good or bad of a singer she is, she has created a very marketable sound that made her success. I guess she could be seen as a vocal actress.

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  85. I think Bleeperz is a troll post :P.

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  86. Versatile Listener15 June 2013 at 01:57

    Her actual ranges are as followed: Studio= 3 Octaves 7 Notes and 1 Semitone (G2-F#6) with exclamations. Without exclamations her range is approximately G2-C#6 or 3 Octaves 3 Notes and a Semitone. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rM_ciY9n0dY

    Live= 3 Notes 4 Octaves and 2 Semitones (Bb2-F#6) with exclamations. Without exclamations her range is approximately Bb2-C#6 or 3 Octaves 1 Note and 2 Semitones. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrPMzBGmAJM

    (Please excuse any errors.)

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  87. Thats so untrue; post-conservatorship her name is definitely being used to generate money but pre-breakdown she was her own boss. In The Zone and Blackout were HER creations; she may not have the vocal range that Xtina does but you don't need an extensive range to have a good voice. The mentality that you can only sing if you have a large range is just ridiculous.

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  88. Bravo MarkB, the non moron in this argument.

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  89. aww, don't get angry just because that's all you can say to defend your talentless idol

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  90. No, just another deluded stan who thinks there's something interesting about her.

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  91. It's not just an opinion, she's not famous or successful because of her voice. She had a bit of potential when younger but there was still nothing special about her. And I do praise my faves on here who deserve to be well-known vocalists, where as people on here seem to think she should be ranked among them and less underrated.

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  92. It's not untrue. Her first two (and probably her third) albums were not her creations. The mentality that you can only sing if you have a large range is just ridiculous" - please tell me where I said anything about range... I didn't, did I?! Everything about her voice is average at best.

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  93. I know she had such a huge potential when she was a teen. her technique was good and she was a good singer, but instead she went down that road of stylish but technically incorrect singing. but it's not too late and she could make such a difference in just one year of intensive training.

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  94. Excuse me but on the MMC Britney was far better than Xtina. She was singing effortlessly with an even range, belting easy F5s while Xtina was struggling to do laborious vocal runs and controlling her artificially darkened voice, not to mention her technique was as bad as it is today.

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  95. Thank you! It's annoying when pressed haters are shitting everywhere.

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  96. what note does she do in oops i did it again? "heroes they truly exIST"

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  97. Basically what MarkB just said sums up the entire argument. There is no denying that Christina grew into her voice and surpassed Britney vocally but when they were younger Britney was easily the stronger belter: she had a stronger vibrato, more heft to her voice in terms of vocal strength and power and ultimately she was able to ascend to higher notes with ease while Christina simply wasn't able to. If you look at young Christina's vocal performances she's never able to hit F#5 the way Britney did when she was younger. Ultimately Britney had tons of potential but after Oops!... she stopped utilizing it. That doesn't mean she wasn't a good technical vocalist when she was younger. She certainly did have talent.

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  98. Britney Spears reportedly got a new vocal coach for her 8th album, and she's been working very hard. Sia said that Britney blew her away on a song that she wrote. Britney's also been training at the dance studio more often, so possibly that means she's training her body to have the stamina for dancing and singing live. Also one of her producers replied to a tweet saying that they weren't gonna use autotune on the new album? I'm feeling a return of pre-2007 Britney, it's a big dream, but it doesn't look too far off. Fingers crossed!

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  99. I an seriously unimpressed by this song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ra-h_p-vD2s this is the wrong song for Britney. I blame will.i.am for everything.

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  100. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pt8VYOfr8To New music video from Ms. Spears gotta say it's pretty hot.

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  101. Her choreography has really improved, or should I say resembles when she actually danced a few years back. I don't know why but the song is growing on me even though it's generic. That's Britney's strong point -- memorable tunes that you find yourself humming a lot. Although you can't really hum this song, I hope you get the point lol her songs have a sort of attraction to them somehow. Weird.

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  102. Well this song is definitely going to be in my dance playlist. Lol. It's a great workout song if anything.

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  103. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10101423630495255&notif_t=fbpage_qa_reminder Britney has released her new song Perfume and I notice a change in her voice where it somewhat strays away from her "unique" sound. Personally I love this song and I see hope in Britney's new album.

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  104. Britneys New Perfume Song Here, There is a difference in her voice or because shes not use Auto Tune we actually get to see what shes capable of again. I love the song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JI2Z64LNX2Y

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