Learning to Sing Beyoncé’s Crazy in Love (2014 Remix)
Known for its energetic beats and distinct vocal style, singing Beyoncé’s ‘Crazy in Love (2014 Remix)’ can be challenging. One major aspect of Beyoncé’s technique in this song is the use of belting, a vocal technique that involves singing high pitches with impressive power and resonance.
Belting is also employed by artists like Whitney Houston in ‘I Will Always Love You’, and Christina Aguilera in ‘Beautiful’. Learning this technique can augment your singing skills significantly.
Belting emanates from a well-supported breath system and an open throat. Start by understanding the fundamentals of breath support and then learn how to keep your throat open while singing. Practicing these skills will make belting easier, as will regularly performing vocal warm-ups like this one.
Analyzing the Song
Pause the song frequently to pick up the nuances of Beyoncé’s technique. This includes her pitch, belting technique, and handling of the vocal break. Use our Vocal Pitch Monitor to assess which notes you’re hitting. Analyze your voice to understand your vocal range and how it corresponds with Beyoncé’s.
Practicing the Song
Start slow and break down the song into smaller segments. Gradually increase your pitch and volume as you grow more comfortable. Incorporate belting sparingly, so as not to strain your voice.
Performing the Song
Learning to sing ‘Crazy in Love (2014 Remix)’ is not just about duplicating Beyoncé’s technique. It’s also about bringing your own authenticity to the song. Learn your personal authentic voice and don’t be afraid to incorporate your style into the song.
Remember, singing is a journey that requires patience and practice. Happy singing and enjoy exploring Beyoncé’s style.