How To Sing Like Your Favorite Artists
Welcome. I'm Ryan Higa Professional singer and vocal stiloligerizerist and today i'm gonna be teaching you how to sing like some of your favorite artists. As much as you think you can't sing or as much as you know you can YOU CANT YET but by the time you finish this tutorial with enough work and effort in ONE DAY you might be able to sound like. THIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIS!!!! Not one lesson (guitar music)
The first artist you're gonna learn how to sound like Think of every tough guy you've ever met with a big ass chain. Now double that! That's how tough you gotta be when you rap like 2 chainz Once you've got that down all you have to do is rap about all things that are plainly obvious She got a big booty so I call her quot;big bootyquot; Or a line like this I'm in the kitchen. Yams everywhere Or.
All I want for my birthday is a big booty ho Yes those are actual lyrics from his song quot;birthday songquot; But really once you perfect your 2 chainz you can do it with anything I like this lamp yo that's why i purchased this lamp I'm in the kitchen. Not anymore All i want for my birthday is a big booty hole Oh! Gotta poop Gotta poop right now
Jt like to sing high so the technique here is simple you just have to grab your nuts hard. hard as the can I (grabbing those nuts hard) can't wait till I get you on the floor good lookin. HOW! AH! To sound like Nikki Minaj is simple all you have to do is rap while you're slowly leaning back on an excersize ball I said quot;excuse me you're a hell of a guy. I mean mymumumy you're hell a fly I mean you're so shy and i love you to tie just look at the guy when I think of his eyequot; ugh! So you wanna sound like beyonce.
Probably can't. It's a natural god given talent Just try to sound overly sexy almost to the point where it sounds like you're gonna cry but you don't As long as you love me Just pretend you're a good looking British singer and duplicate yourself Everyone else but you two! Lets see I'm probably gonna need about one two three.four more people for this part so. (duplicates) You guys readyé Five six seven eight Remember that when you are feeling sad
Just sound really lazy like you don't even feel like rapping today STARTED FROM THE BOTTOM NOW WE HERE! Lazier! Much lazier than that! Started from the bottom now we're here! LAZIER! Started from the bottom now were here Look your alarm clock just woke you up at 6:00 am morning and now you have to go to school Started from the bottom now the whole team here
A Day in the Life Juilliard Music Division
My name is Drew Alexander Forde and Iam a secondyear Masters viola performance major. The thing about the viola is that it's so muchlike the human voice, and I think when you can pull beauty from that there'sjust it's just so much more fulfilling for me. I generally just wake up to myiPhone alarm. I love to snooze. I go straight to the fridge, I just try to getsome fruit in me, and then I check my social media. I check my YouTube, I checkmy Instagram, Facebook, and answer all the comments. Doing the social media, doing all ofthese different things, it's teaching me
how to be an effective teacher, andreally convey a message that not only motivates people but inspires them toshoot for what they want. On the way to the subway I may Snapchat some of my followers.I'll start a Snapchat story, try to do something inspirational, or I'll end uplistening to podcasts. And I listen to those, I try to feed my brain, get it activatedbefore I go through the front doors. I practice, try to warm up my body. Startwith my scales. And then I go ahead and tackle the repertoire that I need done for the day. There is structure. You have classes, you have the schedule. You also have chamber music
and orchestra, but every day is different if you chooseit to be. It's fantastic, we get to work with amazing conductors like Maestro Noseda. They don't look at us as students. They look at us as young professionals. I study with Heidi Castleman. I had known about her for about seven, eight years before I even decided to audition. The explosive pulses.more attention is on the release that happens after that. And then, I go to lunch and learn. It's a service through the career services. They provide mentors and speakers to come and speak with us on entrepreneurial topics, things you should think about while you're in school
and where to go once you've left. And then after that I have a class called quot;Understanding thequot;Profession,quot; which is so important because in the 21st century, if you don't go into an orchestra, how do you make money as a musiciané And then after that, I have an independent study class, and it's with music technology, so using interface programs like Logic and Ableton, and figuring out how to take what we do as musicians and make it a product for people to consume. And the possibilities are limitless. I find that although I learn so muchfrom my teachers, in studio classes, in the lunchroom, on the way to class, on the way
to going and grabbing some dinner, I'm learning much more from my colleagues. Sometimes there's this notion that, quot;I can't play with them, they're too good.quot; No! Everybody's like, quot;come on! The more the merrier! Let's go play some music! Let's go make an experience, and let's go learn from each other!quot; I have a Gluck fellowship and that means Iget to perform in alternative venues, where you wouldn't usually see classical music being performed, like hospices, s, elderly residences, and centers foratrisk youth. And these concerts are always they always really reaffirm whyI do what I do.
That's why every day is so different. That's why every day is filled with joy.