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She was forced to use the baby/nasally tone, yes. Her record label wanted her to have a very distinct, young sound. Britney originally wanted her music to be more akin to Sheryl Crow, and be able to showcase her natural alto abilities. She still would if she’d be given some creative control. :katie:

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Enzolorenzo

She was forced to use a baby voice if anything lol. Her original voice is more soulful 

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popmusicisdead

if anybody was forced to do soulful/rnb it would be P!nk

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Pheromosa

Yeah they made her sing like a baby and now her voice is ruined for life.

Your question is true for P!nk though 

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Who ever said that? :rip: She's naturally a mezzo-soprano but adopted a lighter, more airy tone once she signed her record deal. You can hear the most hints of her natural voice on her debut album though.

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8 minutes ago, Aqua said:

Who ever said that? :rip: She's naturally a mezzo-soprano but adopted a lighter, more airy tone once she signed her record deal. You can hear the most hints of her natural voice on her debut album though.

This 

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When you find any rnb/soulful tone in BOMT, then you can come back and answer your own thread :rip:

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No? Actually, they described her voice as very Toni Braxton when she signed, but it’s clear it’s the baby voice the one “enforced.”

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Melancholy

her debut has her most natural soulful "sheryl crow" vocals out of all the stuff she released i agree, she was not forced to sing like that however, the truth is the opposite, she was forced to NOT sing like that and instead adopt the baby voice which she used to sing the entirety of her discog thereafter (You got it all and where are you now are from OIDIA are baby one more time discards)

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2 hours ago, brainmaniac said:

There’s nothing “soulful/rnb” about her first album so probably not :dies:

Her tone back then is clearly inspired by TLC, Toni Braxton... 

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UnanimousBB16

Didn't she sing Whitney Houston, and Toni Braxton songs for her audition to these labels?

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1 hour ago, Aqua said:

Who ever said that? :rip: She's naturally a mezzo-soprano but adopted a lighter, more airy tone once she signed her record deal. You can hear the most hints of her natural voice on her debut album though.

Yes! You can hear that in the Thinkin' About You pre-chorus, for example! *deep ass voice* Youuuu smile, and the words they tell me quickly disappear!

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20 minutes ago, UnanimousBB16 said:

Didn't she sing Whitney Houston, and Toni Braxton songs for her audition to these labels?

Maybe that's why they told her to stop.

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