I decided to put together five of my favorite powerful X-Factor USA auditions. This is just my opinion of a few of the top power vocals, but there are plenty others. I am planning on making more videos of the unbelievable vocals from all over. Comment some of your favorite auditions, songs, artists and you may see your choices in the coming videos. Enjoy!
Feel free to skip to your favorite:
Number 5 Jeffrey Gutt - Hallelujah 0:06
Number 4 Diamond White - It's a Man's World 2:01
Number 3 Lillie McCloud - Alabaster Box 3:42
Number 2 Melanie Amaro - Listen 6:39
Number 1 Carly Rose Sonenclar - Feeling Good 9:13
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IF I WAS A CONTESTANT ON THIS SHOW, AND I WAS UP THERE SINGING AND THE CROWD WAS GOING CRAZY AND YELLING, I'D STOP MY SONG AND BE LIKE "CAN YOU ALL SIT DOWN AND STFU UNTIL AFTER I'M DONE? THANKS." I MEAN HOW ANNOYING ARE THEY?
1st one is a bit like Springsteen, he has to shout a song as well cos he can't really sing. If you need to shout a song then you are not that good. Why do black female singers have to drop their chin after every line of a slow song ? They do it very quickly but there is no need for it.
These are excellent choices. I love them all. Have to say that no matter how many times I’ve watched Melanie, every time I get teary eyed.
This is one of my all time favorites: https://youtu.be/xO7eaEPuSVg
It's so good remember theese famous videos of the mains tv shows, i have been whatched a thousand times but every single time that i linsten theese amazing songs likes that is the first time that i'm listening.
Ils y en a tu comprend même pas pourquoi ils sont obligé de passé par ce genre d émission pour percé tellement leur talent est énorme y a tellement de chanteurs et chanteuses bien moins talentueux qu'eux c est fou quand même ... et la différence de prestation entre les USA et les autres pays est juste un gouffre incroyable .
I love this lady so much, I don't know her but her singing take me to a better secure place. Thanks Ms Lillie, you are so amazing. I love you so much! Every time I have a bad day I listen to you, you always make me feel so bless. Thanks thanks thanks!
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