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check out Tiffany's first two albums, before she got old and her voice got deep, for an interesting slightly raspy voice. Of course there's all the outstanding R&B performers like Whitney, Dionne, Mariah, Patti, . . .
Overall though, with rare exceptions -- pop female singers these days make it by selling a contrived character, usually a slut and/or person with emotional issues and mental illnesses, which the communicate via the rhetoric in their lyrics -- as opposed to the quality of their voice. You'll note the very first post in this thread confirmed this. The low point was when Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood, despite their outstanding voices, had to change their lyrical style to match the above market demand. I cannot wait for this trend to die.
yes wow that video is mortifying. i think that song's from the 60s though, not the 80s.
edit: as bad as that is, I'll take it over https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdI8evszfZvyAl2UVCypkTA or kesha or pink any day. It's amazing how Miley Cyrus's musical career exploded immediately after she created her drug using crazy slut character.
There's nothing 'amazing' about it -
Her 'success' AND her "drug using crazy slut character" are entirely orchestrated by the illuminati.
They pull the strings with much of the music business.
It is in their interest to corrupt both the youth and (in different ways) the adults of society, and to mould their social conditioning in whichever manner serves their nefarious requirements.
last video -- this is a song that randomly popped up on my Pandora, they lyrics of which I thought were hilariously odd. what is she talking about? (edit: I think she's making fun of a special education student. what the hell? it was a number 1 hit too)
First thing you gotta do is find the submarine that holds the Golden Apple of Discord. Then, once at the pyramid with 17 steps...
So ironic that you have a Simpsons avatar... (The Simpsons is 'one of theirs')