Madonna Could Actually Teach Mariah Carey How To Sing

Daryl Deino

Madonna has never been given credit as a true vocalist, but the isolated track from her Grammy performance last Sunday shows Madonna vocally blowing away the competition (except Annie Lennox, of course). It's quite interesting that Madonna chose to sing along with pre-recorded vocals at the 2015 Grammy Awards. As you can hear from the video of her isolated live vocals, Madonna probably needs to have more confidence in her vocal talents.

"She's been slaying the music industry since her self-titled album debut in 1983, and more than 30 years later at last weekend's Grammys, she proved her worth once again by blessing an International audience with one of her greatest performances in history."
"For Christmas, Mariah Carey should get some vocal rest. The Elusive Chanteuse performed her beloved holiday classic 'All I Want For Christmas Is You' at the Wednesday, Dec. 3 Tree Lighting Ceremony in NYC's Rockefeller Center, and The Concourse's newly released isolated vocal track shows just how much the pop diva struggled to hit her famed high notes."
"Madonna will perform at 2015's Brits on 25 February, 20 years since she last took to the stage at the award ceremony. The pop star will stoke anticipation for her forthcoming 13th studio album, Rebel Heart, to be released on 9 March."

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