How to Learn Singing “Baby” from Justin Bieber

Learning to Sing “Baby” by Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber’s “Baby” is an iconic pop song that showcases Bieber’s distinct vocal style. A key feature of his singing in this song is the use of Heavy Modal vocal technique. This technique is often used in pop music and is characterized by a rich, full-bodied vocal tone that engages the chest voice. Other popular songs using Heavy Modal technique include “Rolling in the Deep” by Adele and “Shake it Off” by Taylor Swift.

The first step in learning to sing “Baby” is to analyze your voice. Use the vocal range test to determine if you can comfortably sing in the song’s key, which is E♭ major. The verses span from B♭3 to E♭5, making it suitable for Tenors and Sopranos, but the song can be transposed to match your vocal range using our song search tool.

Proper breath support is essential when singing “Baby”. Practice the Farinelli Breathing exercise to improve your breath control. This will help you while belting out the catchy chorus and maintaining the steady rhythm of the verses.

To mimic the full-bodied vocal tone of Heavy Modal technique, engage your chest voice. Watch our video on Chest Voice Explore to gain insights on how to utilize this register effectively in your singing.

Next, ensure your articulation is clear when singing the fast-paced lyrics. Follow our Finger Bite exercise to improve your articulation speed and clarity.

Lastly, remember that the performance is as important as the technique. Bieber’s style is energetic and expressive, so let your personality shine. Overcome potential stage fright and embrace these performance tips. Practice makes perfect, so utilize our Pitch Training Tool regularly to track your progress.

Happy singing!