How to Learn Singing “Favorite Girl” from Justin Bieber

Learning to Sing “Favorite Girl” by Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber’s “Favorite Girl” is a popular pop song requiring solid control over your breath and an ability to smoothly transition between vocal registers. Understanding your voice is the first step. Before you begin, it’s wise to determine your vocal range and review the basics of your voice type.

In “Favorite Girl”, Bieber uses his ability to transition smoothly between his chest voice and head voice, a technique known as mixed voice. He often starts in his chest voice and then transitions to head voice for the chorus, adding a contrast in the song. Learning mixed voice can bring versatility to your vocal style. Other popular songs employing mixed voice technique include “Chasing Pavements” by Adele and “Living on a Prayer” by Bon Jovi.

Proper breath support plays a significant role in achieving these smooth transitions. Read about breath support basics and practice with the Farinelli Breathing exercise to improve.

As with any other song, the key to mastering “Favorite Girl” lies in consistent practice. Make use of Singing Carrots’ Vocal Pitch Monitor to ensure you are hitting the right notes during practice. You may also find it helpful to use the Pitch Training tool, which provides interactive vocal warm-ups ranging from simple to complex melodies.

Remember to take care of your vocal health throughout your journey. Check out this helpful article on Vocal health to understand more helpful tips on maintaining a healthy voice.

And finally, don’t rush – enjoy the process. Exploring and discovering your unique voice is part of the fun. For more guidance, feel free to check out this 21-lesson Singing Course. Happy Singing!