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Old 10-04-2012, 04:58 AM   #61
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Originally Posted by SURLY DUFF View Post
The thing with me and R&B is that in due time I'll be putting myself out there as an artist.

I'm in the process of honing my voice and rounding out my vocal range, doing a little bit of writing, devising strategy for marketing purposes and making inquires and connections necessary to get a foothold established.

Didn't you only start bigging up The Weeknd after Take Care dropped?

And what the fuck is the point of comparing all of those artists?

They've all got their own lanes.
Seriously if you're in the process of honing your voice and rounding your vocal range, then listening to todays R&B will not make you better. Today's music may have some artists with a nice voice but their vocal range is terrible.







Soul artists with phenomenal vocal range
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