Yea, she's good, no doubt.
I've never said I was even good. In fact I play the negative side more, I'd say. Down to earth?
Well, I was at least seeking one significant piece of vocal advice from you since you sing well.
So far I've heard: I sound like Ringo. Breath through my mouth. Really? And that I sound like I have goiter.
Because it would have blocked his view otherwise.
Ok, since it's public than it's about all of us here. Please tell us ...
Did you actually learn to sing from the point of not being able to sing? (You sort of implied you've put time and effort into it. Some just learn to hone in on a skill that they actually already have.)
Did you sing as a kid?
Did you sing through voice change?
The reason I ask the last two is because I believe people that are seen a "born with it" were not at all. If you sing as a child I believe there is no passaggio to deal with. Any kid can do it, not that their pitch will be perfect. What I mean is there are no different vocal registers and special techniques to work with them to sound an illusion that they are all one. If they then sing through voice change it will happen for them - they will be able to sing with their adult voice.
Now the person that meets them at 20 years old says .."Wow you sing well are you trained?". The singer says "No, ..I guess it just comes natural".
"You pays your money and you takes your chance."
Not for those 3 questions. Lol.
YouTube has been a wealth of information. In a sense I've had many lessons that I would not know otherwise. I could go nitty gritty into some things Just from a knowledge perspective but it would bore everyone to death. Singing is like a sport, I know how to play the game, but I haven't been doing it long enough to get the ball in the net. (pitch, say.)