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Kobby Kyei Educates Emerging Musicians On 5 Key Things To Do To Become Good Singers

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Renowned Ghanaian Blogger and CEO of KobbyKyeiNews.Com has pen down Five (5) notable things that emerging musicians must learn and apply in their music careers in order to become a good singers.

Kobby Kyei – Ghanaian Blogger

The finest blogger with a degree in Music Education from the University of Education Winneba on Friday, 4th March, 2022 took to his official Facebook page to educate musicians on how to become a good singer.

The five paragraph piece titled “What makes a good singer?” is detailed below;

1. Controlling Pitch

One of the most important aspects of singing is getting your pitches under control. Singing off pitches, getting carried away and loosing control on some notes are all considered loss of vocal control. Once you get control over your voice, you begin to win the battle of developing your best voice.

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2. Stay Original

efya_nokturnal, Akwaboah Music, KiDi , Cina Soul  Fameye Mr Drew  Kuami Eugene  Adina Thembi Ndamse, Mugeez kwabena kwabena etc each have their unique vocal textures. Each singer must learn to stay original with the voices they have. Know your vocal range and stay within, as well listen to yourself. Use your ears along with your voice when singing, this will give you a clearer picture of your strengths and shortcomings.

3. Dynamics and Style

Singing every note and pitch very loud without thinking about dynamics is a sign of unprofessionalism. A good singer doesn’t smash into a song just like that, but finds a reasonable volume and style that works for both the song and the vocal cords.

4. Self Awareness

When you are consistently aware of your singing voice, you will be well attuned to knowing if you are able to hit the right notes, produce the right pitches and have a better idea as to how you sound.

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5. Proper Breathing

Belly breathing is the best way for singers to inhale and exhale whilst performing. Oxygen is inhaled through the nostrils down to the diaphragm.

Source: Sintim Media

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UCC Opens Regular Undergraduate Admissions For 2022/2023 Academic Year

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The University of Cape Coast has finally open admission application for regular undergraduate students to enroll for the 2022/2023 academic year.


The cost of E-Vouchers for Ghanaian applicants is GHC220.00 .

According to the University, authorized sales centers of  E-Vouchers include the following;

– All Ghana Post Offices

– University of Cape Coast – Accra Office – Accra (Mode of Payment— CASH)

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– Cashier’s Office, University of Cape Coast (Mode of Payment—CASH)

– I-J Consult, Millennium City, Kasoa (Off Pentecost Convention Centre Road) (Mode of Payment—CASH)

Applicants can also visit all Network Branches of Banks Nationwide to purchase E-Vouchers. The Banks include;

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– Zenith Bank

– ADB

– Republic Bank Limited

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– GCB Bank

– GT Bank

– Consolidated Bank Ghana

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– Apex Bank Limited

Applicants are to note that, the deadline for the sale of E-Vouchers is slated for Wednesday, 31st August, 2022.

The Submission of completed forms is also scheduled for Wednesday, 7th September, 2022.

Applicants are to visit http://apply.ucc.edu.gh/ for further instructions.

Applicants should select CLICK TO  APPLY FOR PROGRAMME and select UNDERGRADUATE ENTRY under VERIFY VOUCHER to proceed.

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Admission notice…

https://bit.ly/UCCUndergraduateAdmission2022-23

Admission Brochure…

https://www.ucc.edu.gh/document/admission-brochure-regular-programmes

Application Portal…

https://apply.ucc.edu.gh/

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