Nowadays, artists, seem to be, do not have an ambition to show off their voices, like before when they were trying to reach the highest notes possible, or even the lowest possible, for that matter.
It used to be their pride and joy to say that they own a three or four octaves range.
Today, the whole world is "stuttering"on one, or maximum two, notes in a non-indentifiable range, instead of what was known before as singing, at least by definition.
What happened, you may ask?
Honestly, I don't know for sure, but what I do know is that I have stopped listening to the radio, even in my brand new car, nevertheless, fully equipped with the sophisticated audio equipment.
All the songs sound absolutely the same and almost plagiarized, via music producers who are trying to follow the trend.
They think that if the particular style of the song has once or twice made it on the charts, then they should immediately wri…