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    Why do they, generally speaking, have much better voices when compared to their white/asian counterparts?

    Whitney Houston, Tracy Chapman, Aretha Franklin... could go on for a while.

    (and to any fool who decides to refer to the 'slave trade' and breeding as a possible cause of this 'talent'... **** off.)
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    Maybe you just prefer the type of singing that they stereotype themselves to?
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    they have different voice boxes due to evolution.
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    (Original post by Fawn)
    Maybe you just prefer the type of singing that they stereotype themselves to?
    That'd mean that I only like a certain genre of music.

    Or that the vocalists I mentioned all sing the same sort've stuff.

    Which they don't.
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    (Original post by Yawn-er)
    That'd mean that I only like a certain genre of music.

    Or that the vocalists I mentioned all sing the same sort've stuff.

    Which they don't.
    It all has the same pointless "oo oo"'s that all singers put into their voices. It's mildly annoying.
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    (Original post by Yawn-er)
    Why do they, generally speaking, have much better voices when compared to their white/asian counterparts?

    Whitney Houston, Tracy Chapman, Aretha Franklin... could go on for a while.

    (and to any fool who decides to refer to the 'slave trade' and breeding as a possible cause of this 'talent'... **** off.)
    Why would people refer to the slave trade? :confused:

    I don't think you can generalise like that. Celine Dion is very articulate, Barbara Streisand and a lot more.
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    They are genetically predisposed to a larynx of steel.
 
 
 

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