Camila Hair e Ariana Grande has two of the most popular voices in pop music, but their voices tend to sound totally different. There’s a pretty practical reason for that, according to the former Fifth Harmony singer Hair. In fact, it might explain why the “7 Rings” singer speaks the way she does in interviews.
Camila Cabello’s theory seems quite valid
Ariana Grande, in particular, is famous for her sensitive speaking voice. There have even been YouTube videos about the evolution of his speaking voice. Listening to her talk over the years, we admit that sometimes it does change. It sounds like his normal voice is a little intense, but he often speaks in an almost loud, almost childlike tone. We always wonder why, and based on what Camila Cabello theorized, we were thinking we might have an answer.
Hair was a guest on the BBC radio show, Radio 1 Breakfast with Greg James. “Hi what are you doing?” Hair greeted the host, sounding very different to his usual voice. He quickly explained why. “I have to tell you, I have to talk like that because later today I sing. That’s why,” Cabello explained. “That’s what I’m talking about, this is my voice,” said the “Havana” singer, speaking in his slightly deeper regular voice, “but if I do, it will be harder to sing later. Then I have to talk like that. Yes.”
Camila Cabello also explained why the change was made, and when she explains it, it makes sense that she would have to change how she spoke for the interview to save her singing voice. “In fact I would talk if you were a singer. Because when you talk like that from the back of your throat, it basically makes your voice very hoarse.”
It explains why Ariana Grande’s speaking voice is so unique
Following her explanation, Camila Cabello speculated that Ariana Grande spoke in a similar tone of voice for the same reason. She revealed that the two singers had an amazing relationship. “That’s why I like it, for example, I’m pretty sure Ariana and I have the same vocal coach, that’s why she talks like that, I think,” he said. Thus, the mystery of Grande’s changing voice is solved, something.
Although Ariana Grande has a vocal coach, she was originally totally self-taught. In an interview with Complex in 2013, Grande confirmed that he had no formal training to begin with. “The music just happened, I never trained for anything. I played the French trumpet for a few years, that’s where I learned a lot about sheet music and theory. I play a little piano by ear, but I’m mainly singing, in which I never trained. “Instead, she started imitating celebrity singers like Whitney Houston and Judy Garland, which is how she developed her talent.