Chaka Khan offers review to singers using Autotune – VIBE.com
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Shaka Khan expressed his opinion on singers who use autotune in their music. Talk with page 6the veteran performer shared his hopes for the future of musicians who use enhanced vocals.
“There are great things out there and there are great artists out there,” she shared with the platform Monday, Oct. 24, at Gabrielle’s 26th Annual Angel Ball. “There are things very beautiful young artists out there doing a great job that impresses me.
After her praise, the 69-year-old continued “But the others, they just need to get them a job at the Post Office – they’re still hiring!”
“People use Auto-tune. They have to get to the post office quickly,” the “Ain’t Nobody” singer continued.
“I feel very sad. It saddens me deeply that so much… insecurity is present in these girls. They really need to know that they are gold and that they are really precious.
The funk-soul icon attended the Angel’s Ball, which serves as a gala and auction in honor of the Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation, to perform “I’m Every Woman” and “Tell Me Something Good.” Also in attendance were New York Mayor Eric Adams, Fat Joe, Lee Daniels, and many others.
Founded by Denise Rich, Gabrielle’s Angel Research Foundation funds innovative clinical or basic scientific research that will lead to new therapeutic approaches that could replace or be used in combination with existing effective therapies for leukemia and lymphoma patients.
Rich started the organization after his daughter Gabrielle died at the age of 27 from leukemia. The 2022 event raised $2.8 million for the charity.
Discover the images of the annual fundraiserfor the Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research below.
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