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Ariana Grande responds to criticism about vocal change: “Muscle memory”

The singer Ariana Grande hits back at critics that has been received on account of vocal change which featured on the album “Eternal Sunshine” released after the end of the musical’s recordings “Wicked” which will star her.

The American explained that the voice change is normal for people with a large vocal range as is her case. The voice of “Break Free” and “The Boy Is Mine” added that the fact that she spent so much time living Glinda the character he will play in the film adaptation of the Broadway musical, contributed to the change.

“I just spent so much time living the same character every day. [Eu treinei] my voice to do different things for a long time before I went to London, before all of this. Muscle memory is a real thing,” Ariana said in an interview with the podcast Shut Up Evanhosted by Evan Ross.

During the conversation, the artist also spoke about the care she takes with her voice, her main work instrument. According to the singer, taking care of the vocal cords requires a complete change in lifestyle.

“[As diferentes vozes] “They’re your life, your instrument, and something you can take out of a box and put back in. That needs to be remembered 24/7,” he said. “It’s a total commitment, a lifestyle. It’s not something you can just go around destroying.”

This wasn’t the first time Ariana had to talk about her vocal changes. She had already left a comment on a TikTok video explaining that she always varied her voice tones between high and low as needed depending on how much she was going to speak or not.

“It’s a habit, I’ve been doing it for two years, and it also helps with vocal health,” he said.

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Source: CNN Brasil

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