Tune Talk: Top 3 Best Female Vocalists

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Tune Talk: Top 3 Best Female Vocalists

Willie Williams, Staff Writer

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3. Dolores O’Riordan
As we all know, we lost Dolores O’Riordan in 2018. It was a tragic loss for her family as well as fans of the rock group that O’Riordan was the lead singer of, The Cranberries. O’Riordan may not have the best vocal range but she’s remember for her iconic vocals that she DID have. It was different from anything else that you heard. She may not have been appreciated for how she was different for many people like my mom who says she didn’t like The Cranberries because she didn’t like her vocals. But there is people like myself and my best friend, Lordin Williams, who love her vocals.

2. Alessia Cara
As I’ve pointed out many times before I personally love Alessia Cara’s music. It’s inspirational, it’s amazing, she’s filled with talent. She can do impressions of other artists like she showed on Jimmy Fallon’s Wheel of Musical Impressions. She did incredibly accurate impressions of Ariana Grande, Nikki Minaj, and Lorde. I actually just recently Alessia’s newest album “The Pains of Growing” for my birthday not too long ago. I’ve already had a listen to the majority of the album and I can definitely say that it’s worth it. Alessia is just such a great vocalist and she’s so inspirational with her song writing.

1. Camila Cabello
Don’t judge me. Camila is a very good pop artist. You can’t judge me because you know at one point you personally liked her hit song “Havana” until the radio started to overplay the song. Camila isn’t as inspirational as my second pic, Alessia Cara, but she can still be a big influence on her fans who absolutely love and adore her. Most people who were fans of Fifth Harmony don’t blame her for leaving the group, and I don’t either. Her new album was great, she’s great, don’t judge me.

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