How to Learn Singing “Gangnam Style” from PSY

How to Learn Singing “Gangnam Style”

Learning to sing a particular song can be an exciting and rewarding journey. In this article, we will explore how to learn singing “Gangnam Style” by PSY, a global sensation that took the world by storm with its catchy melody and iconic dance moves. Along the way, we will highlight the unique vocal technique used in the song and mention other popular songs that employ similar techniques.

1. Analyze your Voice

Before diving into learning “Gangnam Style,” it’s essential to understand your voice and its capabilities. Check out our article on how to analyze your voice to gain insights into your vocal range, voice type, and areas for improvement.

2. Breathing Basics and Breath Support

Proper breathing is the foundation of good singing. Review our articles on breathing basics and breath support to master the art of breath control and maximize your singing performance.

3. Vocal Technique: Belting

“Gangnam Style” features a vocal technique called belting, which adds power and intensity to your singing. To learn more about belting and its application in other popular songs, read our article on contemporary vocal techniques: heavy modal, twang, belting.

4. Song Learning Tips

To effectively learn “Gangnam Style,” take advantage of the following tips:

  • Listen to the song multiple times to familiarize yourself with the melody and rhythm.
  • Break the song into smaller sections and tackle them one by one.
  • Practice with a vocal pitch monitor like the one provided by Singing Carrots: Vocal Pitch Monitor.
  • Use Singing Carrots’ song search feature to find other songs that match your vocal range, difficulty, and genre preference. This will help you expand your repertoire and improve your singing skills.

5. Singing Carrots Resources

Take advantage of the Singing Carrots resources tailored to help you enhance your singing:

With these resources and practical advice, you’re well-equipped to embark on your journey to master “Gangnam Style” by PSY. Remember to practice regularly, have fun, and let your unique voice shine!