Singing is the name for a special way of using human voice in music, when singing, the sound is produced by vocals. Almost anyone who can speak can sing, because singing is in many respects only one form of continuous speech. Breathing technique is very important in singing. Singing their voice and body must be practiced almost as well as athletes because the voice actually produces a tiny body with muscles. Vocal music singers can perform solo (without accompaniment) or accompanied by instrumentalist musicians. They are often heard in great vocal compositions, such as choirs.
Anyone can sing, but singing with melodiously is an art. Continuous practice brings success in this art. There are some singers whose voice has magic. People who hear their voices become crazy.
We have brought such a list of singers, who have made the people out of control with their magical voice.
We have tried to include famous singers around the world in this list, maybe some of the good singers do not add this list, by recommending the names of those singers you can help to increase this list.
Mohammed Assaf is a singer and winner of the second season of the singing competition Arab Idol, which had its finale on June 22, 2013. The Dutch-Israeli director Hany Abu-Assad filmed the life of Mohammed Assaf in his 2015 film, "The Idol", which premiered in early December 2016 under the title "A Song for Nour" in German cinemas.
In 2008, she released her first album 19 (the title of her album) which sells more than 7 million copies. She is the first to receive the Critics Choice Award from the BRIT Awards, named "Discovery of the Year 2008" in a vote of the BBC Music Critics, Sound of 2009. In 2009, Adele won two awards from the 51th edition of the Grammy Awards, Best New Artist and one of the best Female Pop Artist.
Rubén Blades Bellido de Luna is a Panamanian singer and actor. From 2004 to 2009 he was Minister of Tourism of Panama. He has developed a large part of his artistic career in New York City. His most successful albums were made with Willie Colón for the Fania record label during the salsa boom.
Katie Melua grew up in Kutaisi (Georgia) and later in Batumi, located on the Georgian coast. At the age of eight she moved with her parents to Belfast, Northern Ireland and later to London (England). This is because of the profession of her father, heart specialist. In London, Katie Melua went to the BRIT School for the Performing Arts & Technology. This school supported by the music industry is known as a supplier of famous artists. In 2003 Katie Melua was discovered during a showcase by Mike Batt (also a singer and lyricist, but also arranger and producer) who was looking for a singer with a talent for jazz and blues. Her first album "Call Off The Search" was released in 2003. It contains two songs of her own. Her second album "Piece by Piece" was released on September 26, 2005.
Salem Rashed Al-Souri was a vocalist and oud player. Because of his connection to the art of sound, he was called the Voice of the Gulf. The singer and vocalist Salem Rashed al-Suri was born between 1910 and 1912 and died in Tire, Oman, but spent most of his life in India, Bahrain and Kuwait. Although he began in the field of singing, a color of lyric poetry known in the region of Tire was accompanied by singing with a monotonous karmic pipe, but he was famous for his distinctive style in the art of sound. Sound is one of the traditional musical colors that originated in the city and is mainly sung by musicians in Bahrain and Kuwait and has been popular throughout the region. The image has contributed significantly to its development.
Fahd Al-Kubaisi (12 April 1981) is a singer, song producer, fashion designer, and a Qatari human and social activist. One of the most powerful symbols of modern Gulf singing, the title of Ali Abdul Sattar as "Gulf Song Antelip" known for the introduction of music Gulf advanced, and was known for his conservative style in the filming of clips.
In 1998 he had a hit "Pušti me". In 2003 he won Beovizija with Cija si. He would go to the Eurovision Song Contest with this song for Serbia and Montenegro, but the country was only admitted in 2004. A year later, Toše Proeski was allowed to attend the Eurovision Song Contest for his native Macedonia. He reached the final with the song Life. In 2004 he became Goodwillambassadur for Unicef and recorded the Unicef hymn "This world". His album "Po tebe" was in the album top in Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina for a few months. He has collaborated with Antonija Šola and Tony Cetinski, among others. In the morning of October 16, 2007, Proeski died at the age of 26 in a car accident on the A3 highway in Croatia. His manager and the driver survived the accident. In 2019, the national football stadium in Skopje was named after him.