Learning to lip dance has brought me some of the top karaoke songs to lip dance along to. When I think about it, a lot of the top karaoke songs are actually popular songs that people tend to sing while dancing. These are songs like, I’m Lovin’ It, Wild Horses, Home on the Range, Come As You Are, Proud Mary and lots more. Some of these songs sound good when you’re just singing them, but learning to lip dance them adds a whole new dimension to them. They literally open a whole new world for you.
When it comes to finding the top karaoke songs to lip sync to, you can’t simply look at the lyrics and figure out what they’re going to be. It’s best if you find a few different versions of the song so you can learn and practice both versions. That way, you have two different versions, and you’ll be able to pick the one that sounds the absolute best. While you don’t need to know the words, at least know the theme song of the song. The theme song is what gives you the basic idea of the song and where it’s going.
With a little bit of practice, it should come off fairly easy. The first thing you need to do is find some popular karaoke songs. There are a lot of free websites online where you can download songs to use for Karaoke. Just use your favorite search engine and look for popular songs. Once you’ve found a few songs, you can start taking a look at their difficulty rating and key phrase structure.
The first difficulty rating, you’ll want to look at is the time it takes for the song to progress from the slow part to the fast part. This is an important factor because you don’t want to spend too much time singing in the middle or you’ll sing through your teeth. So find the song with the longest verse if you can, preferably one that’s fairly easy to start singing. Once you’ve figured out which songs are easiest to learn, you can start looking at the key phrase and difficulty level of the song.
Obviously, the best karaoke songs are ones that fit your vocal range. If you can sing high notes easily, then a fast song will do the trick. But remember, your vocal range won’t be limited to just the top of your vocal chords. There are plenty of songs that are meant for all parts of the vocal range and you don’t have to stick to the genre, if you don’t want to.
So now that you have the songs with the most ease singing ability, it’s time to check out the best karaoke songs based on how difficult they are to sing. For starters, let’s look at what’s probably at the top of the list. If you’re looking for the best karaoke songs based on difficulty, then you might want to check out albums such as “How to Sing With the Stars.” This album covers all kinds of singing styles, from extremely high notes to singing without any registers. The best way to describe “How to Sing With the Stars” as a workable karaoke song would be a Sinatra-meets-cheap movie star singing his way to the top of the charts!
On the other end of the scale, let’s take a look at some of the worst karaoke songs. If your goal is to try and make yourself look stupid on Karaoke night, these will definitely not help. Let’s face it: if you’re trying to get the audience to clap, there’s got to be a reason! So when we talk about the worst pop karaoke songs, we’re simply talking about songs that have no business being in a pop song contest. If your goal is to become the next viral video star, you’ll definitely want to avoid these tracks!
So as you can see, there’s no clear-cut answer as to which are the best karaoke songs. As I said earlier, no one has ever conquered YouTube with their singing ability, so opinions will vary. What’s most important is to have fun with your singing voice. If you do that, you’ll find that you can actually have an enjoyable time going to karaoke night!