How to Learn Singing “Robbery” from Juice WRLD

Mastering Juice WRLD’s “Robbery”

‘Robbery’ by Juice WRLD employs a unique vocal technique – vocal distortion. It’s quite popular in rock, grunge, and blues and you can hear it in Nirvana’s ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ and AC/DC’s ‘Back in Black’. Let’s dissect how to employ this technique:

Vocal Distortion

Vocal distortion is a contemporary singing technique where you add a growl-like or raspy quality to your voice. Utilizing this technique can be tricky and if done incorrectly, it can strain your vocal cords. Learn how to use it effectively in your singing here.

Analyze your voice

The first step to learning ‘Robbery’ is understanding your voice’s capabilities. Visit our Vocal Range Test, which will provide an analysis of your vocal range and compare it with that of Juice WRLD. Discovering your vocal range will allow you to sing comfortably and avoid strain.

Practice with vocal techniques

Practice the growling technique which is similar to vocal distortion then try singing ‘Robbery’. Remember, vocal distortion should never hurt. If it does, stop and rest your voice to prevent damage. Use the Vocal Pitch Monitor to visualize your sung notes. This can help keep your pitch steady while singing with distortion.

Understanding the Lyrics and Emotion

Juice WRLD’s ‘Robbery’ is emotionally intense and raw, delivering authentic emotion can take your performance to the next level. Learn how to connect emotionally with your songs here.

Putting it All Together

Once you’ve mastered these techniques, sing along to ‘Robbery’ using our Song Search tool. Remember, practicing singing is about progress, not perfection. Singing should always be a fulfilling and enjoyable activity! Happy singing!