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Rosé and her powerful voice

BLACKPINK’s Rosé has a very privileged voice and has shown excellent handling of high notes throughout her career. This is how his voice sounds live and a cappella.

The member of YG K-Pop group could prepare its Solo debut, rumors circulating on social networks about his only for the month of January 2021, BLINK She is excited about her work outside the group because music is very important to her, even her songs are like her personal diary and it is difficult for her to share them.

Rosé has excelled since the days leading up to debut, was praised by her colleague G-Dragon and even invited her to work on his song “Without you”, Well he’s a fan of his Voice. Since then, BLINK was happy about his Singing talent, In concerts and presentations he has shown great management of high notes.

In the group’s documentation “Light Up The Sky” From Netflix, Rosé shared some scenes in the studio, her fans could learn and hear more about her creative process natural voice, He has also participated in shows such as musicals where he sang a cappella with no need for a track.

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YG Idol owns a Vocal range sweet and high-pitched, with a perfect handling of mood and harmony, achieving a very peculiar and characteristic tone that stands out in the songs. In addition, his technique requires good breath management so as not to lose your breath while singing.

On a recent occasion Rosé Perfectly mimicked Shakira’s voice when performing “Waka Waka”, her talent helped her interpret the song Chapel, with a perfect tone and deep vibes that show why she is a promising solo artist. The singer takes music very seriously, so she takes care of every detail and her debut has been delayed.

According to experts, she has the ability to do so Mezzo-soprano, So you can have ornaments in your voice while singing and talking Falsettos on the phone. It also has good control over the treble and adapts very well to the genres of ballads and rhythms that BLACKPINK is using in singles like How You Like That? and Lovesick girls.

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