And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going (The Voice Performance) - Single
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||And I Am Telling You I’m Not Going (The Voice Performance)||Jacquie Lee||3:22||$1.29||View In iTunes|
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Too much yelling
I think she has a good voice but she still needs to work on it a little longer. There are still some times that she does more yelling than singing.
Voice is not at all suited for this song and did no justice to it. Absolute worst song choice and overall coaching of the season; despite the fact that she made it into the top 3. Sounds very remedial just as all her other songs have. The general high pitch of her voice along with all the additional higher "screechy-screaming" parts that she uses in every single song she sings truly hurts my ears and in many cases sounds completely irreverant to the song and the original artists; especially as it did when she sang "In the Arms of the Angels". I do believe she could sing so much better with time and the proper guidance other than from someone like Christina who seems to be trying to create a "mini me". Winning could be an epic fail for CBS and the label unless, of course, 12 year olds and under will be the ones padding their pockets; which could be tragic and a career-ender for Jacquie just a few years down the road. Best wishes to her anyway.
OK, She's Not That Great!
This is song is so overdone. Everytime she performs she does the same exact scream and same exact performance. She drags the mic and falls to the floor. Big deal, I'm over it.
Born: 1997 in Colt's Neck, NJ
Years Active: '10s