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Weren’t you the one who called John Holliday the best vocalist ever on the Voice before the show even started the live shows? 

omg I meant Sisaundra kdjdjdjdj

You’re wrong, it’s Braiden Sunshine.

1. Amanda Brown/Kyla Jade - OMG! both are The Queens when it comes to vocals. Probably one of the best contestants this show has ever seen.

 

3. Tessanne Chin/Jordan Smith - If we count all the factors then I THINK  they are the best contestants ever. But solely based off of vocals Amanda and Kyla have a slight edge.

 

5. Josh Kaufman/Alisan Porter - They can sing for sure. Both have range for days. Great pipes.

 

HM: Trevin Hunte, , Sisaundra Lewis, Chris Jamison, Jeffery Austin, Chris Blue, Maelyn Jarmon, John Holiday(Couldv've been higher if he managed to do the stuff On-Show what he did Off-Show) Jim ranger,  etc... 

 

EDIT: Forgot Chris J,

 

The bolded ones would make the top 10 list.

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53 minutes ago, B-B said:

Omg I forgot Sisaundra. She is definitely this best, I mean she’s Celine Dion’s vocal coach

She is such a queen :thumbs:

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I'm legit confused as to how can anyone think that Kimberly is VOCALLY on the same league as Kyla/Amanda/Jordan/Tessane/Alisan? She surely is a great singer and performer but vocally she pales out in comparison to the ones mentioned above.

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4 hours ago, Hamza Tufail said:

I'm legit confused as to how can anyone think that Kimberly is VOCALLY on the same league as Kyla/Amanda/Jordan/Tessane/Alisan? She surely is a great singer and performer but vocally she pales out in comparison to the ones mentioned above.


She doesn’t have the range Tess and Kyla have, but in terms of dynamics, control... I think she deserves a mention. Range isn’t everything.

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1 minute ago, Daillon said:


She doesn’t have the range Tess and Kyla have, but in terms of dynamics, control... I think she deserves a mention. Range isn’t everything.

Imao Kyla and Tess had much more dynamics than Kimberly. P.S. Kyla and Tess have much better Vocal control and technique than her. They have much better breath control and pitch than Kimberly's. She has grit, stage presence and she's a great performer but that doesn't mean she is vocally on the same league as Kyla/Tess/Jordan/Josh/Alisan etc...

 

But heyyyy if you think she is equal to them then ok keep thinking.

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16 minutes ago, Hamza Tufail said:

Imao Kyla and Tess had much more dynamics than Kimberly. P.S. Kyla and Tess have much better Vocal control and technique than her. They have much better breath control and pitch than Kimberly's. She has grit, stage presence and she's a great performer but that doesn't mean she is vocally on the same league as Kyla/Tess/Jordan/Josh/Alisan etc...

 

But heyyyy if you think she is equal to them then ok keep thinking.


Weren’t you the one who called John Holliday the best vocalist ever on the Voice before the show even started the live shows? :haha:

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4 hours ago, Daillon said:


Weren’t you the one who called John Holliday the best vocalist ever on the Voice before the show even started the live shows? :haha:

 

I said that based off of his off-show stuff which was mainly Jazz and Opera. Btw I also said that I can't argue with you much because we haven't seen his true abilities ON-SHOW. 

11 hours ago, Hamza Tufail said:

1. Amanda Brown/Kyla Jade - OMG! both are The Queens when it comes to vocals. Probably one of the best contestants this show has ever seen.

 

3. Tessanne Chin/Jordan Smith - If we count all the factors then I THINK  they are the best contestants ever. But solely based off of vocals Amanda and Kyla have a slight edge.

 

5. Josh Kaufman/Alisan Porter - They can sing for sure. Both have range for days. Great pipes.

 

HM: Trevin Hunte, , Sisaundra Lewis, Chris Jamison, Jeffery Austin, Chris Blue, Maelyn Jarmon, John Holiday(Couldv've been higher if he managed to do the stuff On-Show what he did Off-Show) Jim ranger,  etc... 

 

EDIT: Forgot Chris J,

 

The bolded ones would make the top 10 list.

For furthur clarification read my post that I made on BK's Ranking thread.

 

 

This is what my post on that thread says,

 

 

Btw here's mine

 

1- John Holiday

2- Jim Ranger

3- Carter Rubin

4- Cami Clune 

5- Sid Kingsley

6- Ryan Gallagher

 

- John H is, in my opinion, one of the best vocalists ever. Though I agree he failed to deliver ON-Show(Talking about live performances) what he did Off-Show(Probably not his fault since tptb didn't give him right song choices during the lives). His Jazz and Opera stuff was SO Amazing(Talking about his OFF-SHOW performances). Now if we talk about my favorite ON-SHOW performances from him, then I gotta say Misty/Summersoft/All By Myself all are one of my favorite BA/Battle/Ko ever. I wish he'd showed us his true vocal power. ( NOTE: I TAKE BACK MY WORDS WHEN I SAID{on the unpopular opinions thread} THAT VOCALLY JOHN IS THE BEST EVER TO COME TO THIS SHOW. I SAID THAT BECAUSE I WAS INCLUDING HIS OFF-SHOW PERFORMANCES AS WELL, BUT I GUESS, ONLY ON-SHOW PERFORMANCES MATTER. THOUGH I STILL THINK HE'S ONE OF THE BEST)

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1. Tessanne 

2. Alison 

3. Maelyn 

 

Jacquie would be right up there if we compare what she is now to them, but not on the show. (Same for Kennedy and Mia Z if we wait until they are 25.)

 

 

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Amanda Brown

Tessanne Chin

Sisaundra Lewis

Josh Kaufman

Kimberly Nichole

Jordan Smith

Alisan Porter

Chris Blue

Kyla Jade

Maelyn Jarmon

Rose Short

Toneisha Harris

 

All of them have fantastic control and dynamics, and most have killer ranges too. I tend to be more impressed by tone and control than range; additionally, range doesn't necessarily refer to just high and low notes - several of these artists can cross genres with ease (Amanda, Tessanne, and Rose are the three that come to mind with that aspect) but being able to hit crazy highs/lows is impressive too.

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