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#1

#2

Ok, I have to admit, I thought this was weird clickbait. I listened. Really nice. Reminds me of The Fifth Element.


#3

That was an utterly depressing song. But, the guy singing it did have great musical range.

Still… very depressing.


#4

Will have to look up the fifth element now


#5

Yes the guy has like 4 ,5 or 6 octave vocal range!
For comparison an average person has 1.5 to 2 octave vocal range.


#6

I found it sad at first, not really depressing, just a being in pain. Then at the end it’s like he switched to the role of comforter and sang the “healing” part. I love sad opera too, though.

Here, Jon, same guy doing an uplifting love song:

Unforgettable Day

You gently whispering sweet voice
All in a sudden, love at first sight
You are splendid and graceful
It brings liveliness when gazing at you

How beautiful, this unforgettable day
How beautiful, this unforgettable day

You are my dream girl
A light of my dawn
You are the lover
Whom I care and indulge the most

No one can ever inspire my soul
No one can ever stop my feeling for you
If God giving you to me
I am the happiest man in the living world

How beautiful, this unforgettable day
How beautiful, this unforgettable day

You are my dream girl
A light of my dawn
You are the lover
Whom I care and indulge the most

O my dear, I am unwilling, unwilling…
How unwilling me to let you go

Ah…
Ah…

A lover whom I care and indulge the most

woo…ha…

A lover whom I care and indulge the most…

A lover whom I care and indulge the most


#7

Look up the Diva Song from the 5th Element movie. This guy you posted could do that song without using special effects. Another female Youtuber has a video of herself singing it naturally. I think you have to hear the blue alien sing it from the movie to get the style, though.


#8

Ah, yes, much more uplifting. :wink:

I find it interesting how different – yet alike – popular American and Korean music is. Different cultures (historical and modern) have unique perspectives on music and music styles. I’ve always found that interesting.


#9

I’m not sure if his audience is primarily Korean or not. He seems to be really popular in China and he is Kazakh himself. Different cultures sure do have unique perspectives on the classics of their cultures as well as music in general and that is really interesting. (Yes, I was fascinated after listening to him on a few videos and read up about his rise to fame.)


#10

I can barely recognize some words (I’m a french speaker) but his voice is amazing :slight_smile: thanks