Male Singers With the Best Vocal Range
The best vocal range for sure! His range is six octaves. It's crazy!
This talented young singer is able to access, with ease, all of his 6-octave range. His transitions are seamless, and all areas of his vocal range are strong, controlled, and full of emotion. Yes, he has a huge range, but more than that, he knows how to use it to create a beautiful experience for his audience.
Dimash's range has increased to over 6 octaves. What fabulous voices. He is quite popular, except in the US, but Americans are discovering his incredible talent through diligent music reactors of all genres. Their time and energy expended for Dimash is sincerely appreciated. Folks who put Dimash down have not taken the time to listen. They are simply trolls. Dimash is also a humble, grateful, and incredible man who loves his country (Kazakhstan), his family and friends, and his Dears (fans).
I just checked out the boy at number 1 with the ridiculous K-pop teen pic. Was about to bash him, but he's legit. 6 1/2 octaves of singable range and surprisingly not K-pop (at all).
But not Mike. I choose the millions of bands and projects' heavy music version. The original "6 octave man."
Actually, there is no best vocal range because it's subjective. But this list looks more accurate than most other vocal range-related lists. Glad to see Mike Patton is on top.
Patton has the highest range in music, with 6 octaves. This guy is a perfect example of hard work paying off.
Known for having the second-highest range in music, with a whopping 5 & 1/2 octaves, Corey also has a lot of control over his vocals, being able to go from screaming to singing and back again in the snap of a finger.
He is awesome.
Even if you hate him, you can't deny his powerful vocals. 5 octaves is a rarity, and even if it's not exactly clean, Rose pulls this off as if it were effortless.
Simply the best by his versatile + intonation/manner vocals.
From talking in a low baritone to double-octave screams, nobody had the nuances and range like early DLR...listen to Somebody Get Me a Doctor...or Unchained...Best Frontman EVER.
He can also make the most horrifying screams, too...
He is inhuman. He is the Japanese Mike Patton.
From high-pitched screams to gut-wrenching growls, Kyo can do it all. Not to mention, he has a beautiful and unique singing voice and can switch between these different vocal styles with ease.
David Phelps is the greatest male singer I have ever heard in my life. I have seen him perform live four times, and every time he opens his mouth it is completely flawless and effortless. He may not have as wide of a range as someone like Dimash Kudaibergen, but unlike Dimash, David excels in every aspect and part of his voice, and he is incredibly consistent. He is absolutely incredible, and unlike most all of this list, he is a Christian and he has used his talent the correct way, and not wasted it on a harsh and dangerous lifestyle. I have a lot of respect for him.
You can talk about all the rest all day long, but David Phelps is the only one who has not ruined his voice with drugs and alcohol. He hits every note on the scale, and he is a gentleman in every way. It is a blessing for us to have someone we can take our children to see, and they will leave his concert with a new hero... not asking questions about what was going on, on the stage.
He's definitely one of the best metal vocalists around. The way he pulls off his high notes and screams is legendary. He's called the Metal God for a reason.
One of the best.
Definitely one of the best vocalists around.
Run to the hills.
Valid indeed. Jeff stinco and his brooding gaze, the dramatic bald head his massive physique, the absolutely sepulchural vocal range the soft squishy heart... He is truly one of a kind. Beautiful angel king of pop punk music Jeff stinco
I mean, in a "range" contest, there are few that beat Devin. Apparently, his range is A1 to E7, which is only slightly below Patton's. His cleans and screams are second to none, and he is one of the few who can manipulate his voice mid-scream or clean into a scream or clean vocal (most people have to reset). Also, he has 25 albums. Look him up.
No one runs up into the screams like Devin. He is also very musically creative. Rob Halford is top-notch, but Devin can sing lower. They are close, in my opinion.
After some research, I was actually surprised that he has (or had) a range of four octaves.
He had to be here somewhere. He's legendary for his operatic voice and some of the most kick-ass songs of all time. His range is four octaves, and he has masterful control over all of them.
How is Freddie Mercury not in the top 10? Number 12? Really? Don't you have ears? Are you deaf?
How is he not number one? All the members of Queen are great singers.
Like Mercury, King Diamond uses falsetto, and like Mercury, uses it exceptionally well.
The craziest falsetto ever.
All hail the King!
Brendon Urie is amazing! I love his voice. He can really hit the high notes without making them sound annoying (unlike some of the other artists on this list). His voice is really soothing and honestly perfect for any song he sings.
Brendon is AMAZING! Truly one of the greatest singers out there. He deserves so much more fame and is so underrated. Even at his live concerts, he nails the notes perfectly, proving that he doesn't even use autotune in his recorded songs.
Beebo (Brendon for all you non-sinners) has the absolute best vocal range practically anyone could have. He's the best! (Listen to his "Dream On" cover. You will see what I mean, or just practically any Panic! at the Disco song)
One of the greatest voices I have ever heard, we miss you so much...
Come on, he should be number 1! His range is insane!
He is my favorite vocalist ever. His band, in general, is my favorite, and RIP, miss you dude.
Adam Lambert is awesome. Regardless of the high notes that Adam achieves, it is important to realize the quality of his voice in the high notes. He has a lot of technique, he uses a lot of mixed voice, and he also has a strong and penetrating head voice, which, like the rest of his range, he has excellent dynamics and control. Oh, and without forgetting that belting is a technical marvel of Adam!
Adam has a stronger and fuller voice on the high notes than the vast majority of male singers! Adam has a powerful voice and uses a mixed voice on the high notes instead of head voice or falsetto.
One of the finest vocal artists working today. His singing technique is absolutely flawless. I believe his highest note was G#5, performed live. And let's remember his musicianship, which is unique and lovely.
Chris should be in the TOP 3. His voice is incredible and has an amazing range. He is truly missed. No one can sing like him, from sultry to high-pitched notes and long high-pitched screaming. HE IS THE BEST!
I didn't actually verify the technical range of the other singers, but Matt Bellamy is going pretty much under the radar. Not only does he have a wide range, but he also controls it very impressively. Feeling Good and Sing for Absolution are great examples of his ability.
Plug in Baby gives me tingles. It did the first time I heard it and still does, 17 years later.
I love his scream!
A wonderful singer with a great vocal range. There has never been anyone as good as Elvis, and there never will be. The most loved and admired entertainer in the history of the world. At number 26, it's insulting.
Elvis has a truly amazing vocal range, the greatest singer ever. He could sing anything. We love you, darling man, the true number 1.
Fantastic vocal range, untouchable. He will never be equaled. Elvis is the top man, the real number 1. His music will live forever.
His voice and vocal range in live performances were crazy...!