How to Learn Singing “Ride” from Twenty One Pilots

How to Learn Singing Twenty One Pilots’ “Ride”

If you’re a fan of Twenty One Pilots and want to learn how to sing their hit song “Ride,” you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we’ll guide you through the process of mastering this catchy tune, highlighting the unique vocal technique used in the song, and providing practical advice along the way.

Understanding the Song:

“Ride” is known for its blend of alternative rock and rap styles, which makes it an exciting song to learn and perform. The unique vocal technique used in “Ride” is a combination of singing and rapping, giving the song its distinctive sound. Tyler Joseph, the lead vocalist of Twenty One Pilots, switches effortlessly between melodic singing and rhythmic rapping throughout the track. This technique is also present in other popular Twenty One Pilots songs, such as “Stressed Out,” “Heathens,” and “Car Radio.”

Step-by-Step Guide to Learning “Ride”:

  1. Analyze Your Voice: Before diving into learning the song, it’s important to understand your own voice. Take the vocal range test to determine your vocal range and find out how it compares to famous singers.
  2. Warm-Up Your Voice: Start by warming up your voice with vocal exercises. The Pitch Training tool has interactive warm-ups and exercises that can help improve your pitch accuracy and vocal control.
  3. Study the Lyrics: Familiarize yourself with the lyrics of “Ride” and pay attention to the rhythm and phrasing of the words. This will help you with the rap sections of the song. You can find the lyrics of “Ride” on Singing Carrots’ Song-book.
  4. Practice Singing and Rapping: Start by learning the melodic singing parts of the song. Focus on getting the melody and pitch right. Once you’re comfortable with the singing parts, move on to practicing the rap sections. Take it slow at first, gradually increasing the speed as you get more comfortable.
  5. Work on Vocal Techniques: Pay attention to the nuances in Tyler Joseph’s vocal performance. Work on your breath support and breathing techniques to maintain control and clarity in your voice. Experiment with contrasting vocal registers, such as chest voice and head voice, to add dynamics to your performance.
  6. Use the Vocal Pitch Monitor: Singing Carrots’ Vocal Pitch Monitor tool can be helpful in visualizing your sung notes on a virtual piano. It allows you to identify any pitch inconsistencies and work on improving your accuracy.
  7. Refine Your Performance: Record yourself singing “Ride” and listen to it critically. Take note of areas that need improvement and work on refining your performance. Consider seeking feedback from vocal coaches or peers to further enhance your skills.


Learning to sing Twenty One Pilots’ “Ride” can be an exciting and rewarding experience. By following the step-by-step guide and utilizing the resources provided by Singing Carrots, you can develop the unique vocal technique required for this song while improving your overall singing abilities. Remember to practice consistently and have fun along the way. Happy singing!

Disclaimer: Singing Carrots does not own any rights to the song “Ride” by Twenty One Pilots.