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    Top 11 Worst Singers Ranked By The General Public

    Ever wondered who tops the list when it comes to the worst singers? Brace yourselves, because this dive into the lineup includes some of the biggest names in the music industry. From Miley Cyrus to Nicki Minaj no one was left without getting brutally scrutinized.

    Even Britney Spears’s once-iconic voice and Lil Wayne’s rap prowess might not have been enough to escape the critical ears of the masses. Let’s take a closer look at who’s made the cut in the list of the worst singers by

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    11. Britney Spears

    Britney Spears
    Britney Spears

    In the twisted world of public opinion, even the pop princess herself, Britney Spears, hasn’t been spared from the sharp criticisms of her vocal prowess. Once dominating the charts with her catchy tunes and undeniable charisma, it’s surprising that Britney was even mentioned in the list.

    Despite her once-iconic voice and electrifying performances, some have deemed her vocal abilities as falling short of the mark. Additionally, a lot of commenters on the list claimed that due to the singer ‘lip syncing’ and using ‘autotune’, she didn’t have any ‘real talent’.

    10. 6ix9ine


    In the genre of rap and controversies, few names evoke as much polarized opinion as 6ix9ine. With his rainbow-colored hair and being the self-proclaimed “King of New York” he has certainly left his mark on the music scene. However, despite his massive following and hits his unique vocal style has never been liked. 

    So, 6ix9ine’s music style being hated isn’t an unpopular opinion. Some argue that his aggressive delivery and brash lyrics lack the finesse and depth expected of a musician with such a huge following. Commenters on the list were quick to brutally troll.

    One such comment read, “There’s nothing I can say that hasn’t been expressed before. This guy is terrible, both as a rapper and as an individual. He comes off as just another punk trying to act tough.

    9. Chris Brown

    Chris Brown
    Chris Brown

    Despite being good at music, Chris Brown‘s journey in music has been anything but smooth sailing. From his meteoric rise as a teenage heartthrob to his troubled personal life and legal issues, Brown’s career has been marked by highs and lows.

    Moreover, his undeniable talent as a dancer and performer has earned him legions of loyal fans. However, his vocal abilities have often been a point of contention among critics and listeners alike.

    Despite his vocal range and emotive delivery, some have criticized Brown’s inconsistent live performances and occasional vocal strain. Additionally, a lot of people voting were criticizing him for his personal life rather than his vocals. 

    8. Jacob Sartorius

    Jacob Sartorius
    Tiktok starJacob Sartorius

    Jacob Sartorius stands out as a prime example of the digital age’s influence on the music industry. Rising to fame on platforms like Vine and TikTok, Sartorius quickly amassed a massive following with his charming personality and catchy lip-sync videos. However, when it comes to his vocal abilities, opinions are divided. 

    While some admire his youthful energy and relatable lyrics, others critique his thin vocal tone and lack of vocal range. “He’s still a musician who can’t sing and sounds almost too robotic with his excessive auto-tuning. Despite this, he still thinks he’s a good singer,” a voter said.

    7. Rebecca Black

    Rebecca Black
    Rebecca Black

    Only a few people have captured the collective attention of the internet quite like Rebecca Black. Bursting onto the scene with her song ‘Friday,’ Black became an overnight sensation, with the music video racking up millions of views and sparking countless memes and parodies. However, despite the song’s catchy hooks and infectious chorus her vocal abilities are pretty questionable.

    Some appreciate her pop sensibility and youthful exuberance. However, most criticize her vocal delivery as lacking depth and polish. “Does anyone care about her anymore? Her voice is awful and “Friday” sucked, but I think that her hatred was way too over the top in 2011,” one voter commented.

    6. Lil Wayne

    Lil Wayne
    Lil Wayne

    When it comes to hip-hop royalty, Lil Wayne‘s reign is undeniable. With a career spanning decades and a string of chart-topping hits to his name, Wayne has solidified his status as one of the genre’s most influential figures. However, despite his lyrical genius and undeniable charisma on the mic, Lil Wayne’s vocal abilities have been a subject of debate.

    Mostly, people praise his distinctive voice and innovative rhyme schemes but some argue that his raspy delivery can sometimes come across as unrefined or abrasive. Despite being a rap legend the commenters on the list were brutal with their opinions.

    One comment read, “Does this guy even know what rap is? His lyrics are poor, and how many times will you include the ‘n’ word in one line? This guy deserves to be on top.

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    5. Yoko Ono

    Yoko Ono

    Yoko Ono is Renowned for her boundary-pushing artistry and unconventional vocal style. She has carved out a niche for herself as a trailblazer in the realm of conceptual soundscapes. However, while her artistic contributions have earned her acclaim among certain circles the same cannot be said about her vocals.

    Ono’s vocal performances have often been met with skepticism from mainstream audiences. Critics argue that her abstract can be challenging to digest for those accustomed to more traditional musical forms. Additionally, the commenters on the list also had somewhat similar views. 

    4. Miley Cyrus

    Miley Cyrus
    Miley Cyrus

    The former Disney darling Miley Cyrus has undergone a dramatic transformation from teen idol to boundary-pushing pop star. With her vocals and fearless attitude, Cyrus has commanded the spotlight with hit singles and headline-grabbing performances.

    However, despite her undeniable talent and vocal range, Cyrus’s musical stylings have been met with mixed reviews from audiences and critics alike. Some admire her versatility and willingness to push artistic boundaries, others argue that her vocal delivery can sometimes feel overindulgent.

    Additionally, more people wanted the old her back rather than actually critiquing her singing style. “I liked her before when she was a true role model. When I was little, I’d always watch Hannah Montana and be amazed at how beautifully she sang. But after she changed, I couldn’t even look at her anymore,” a voter commented.

    3. Dahvie Vanity

    Dahvie Vanity

    Vanity has managed to carve out a niche for himself and become a big name in the alternative music industry. As the frontman of the electronic music duo Blood on the Dance Floor, Vanity’s flamboyant persona and provocative lyrics have garnered both fervent fans and vocal critics. 

    However, while his energetic stage presence and catchy beats have propelled him to underground fame, Vanity’s vocal abilities have often been criticized. Additionally, Some praise his raw energy and unapologetic approach to music, while others criticize his vocal delivery as lacking depth and technical skill. 

    2. Nicki Minaj

    Nicki Minaj
    Nicki Minaj

    With her bold fashion choices, razor-sharp lyrics, and magnetic stage presence, Minaj has cemented her status as one of the most influential figures in the rap game. However, despite her talent as a rapper and hitmaker, Minaj’s vocal abilities have been a subject of debate among fans and critics alike.

    While her cult-like fan base admires her versatility and ability to switch effortlessly between personas and vocal styles, others argue that her vocal delivery can sometimes come across as exaggerated or overly theatrical. A lot of voters have a problem with her usage of autotune and lip-syncing rather than actually rapping.

    1. Justin Bieber

    Justin Bieber
    Justin Bieber

    In the realm of pop music, Justin Bieber has left an indelible mark on the industry. From his humble beginnings as a YouTube sensation to his meteoric rise to superstardom, Bieber’s journey has been nothing short of extraordinary. With his smooth vocals, infectious melodies, and charismatic stage presence, Bieber has captured the hearts of millions around the world. 

    Despite all his achievements, the singer’s vocal abilities are widely disliked. While some praise his emotive delivery and vocal range, others argue that his vocal performances can sometimes lack depth or authenticity.

    He is not talented and that’s why I don’t like him. I personally know a lot of people who have worked way harder than him and they have more talent than him but nobody knows them. I judge him because of the fact that he has no talent,” an enraged voter commented.

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    Vanshika Minakshi
    Vanshika Minakshi
    Vanshika is a content writer at FirstCuriosity, diving into the vibrant universe of celebrities, movies, and TV shows with fervor. Her passion extends beyond her professional endeavors, as she immerses herself in the realms of rap music and video games, constantly seeking inspiration from diverse sources. She is a business student with a knack for marketing blending analytical insights with creative instincts to craft compelling narratives. When not working you can find her spending times with her beloved pet dogs or watching true crime documentaries. Additionally, she has over 40 published articles exploring the exhilarating realm of eSports and profiling popular streamers, showcasing her expertise and passion for gaming culture.

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