Camila Cabello, of Fifth Harmony and “Havana” fame, is another example of an artist whose a better overall performer than a vocalist. Both in her girl group and solo careers, Cabello has shown to be a talented dancer and charismatic presence, but she’s not wowing anyone with just her singing.
When Guns N’ Roses exploded out of the Southern California rock scene in the late 1980s, their catchy songs, bad-boy image, and hedonistic antics made them one of the era’s most beloved acts. Part of their distant sound inarguably came from the vocals of lead singer Axl Rose. However, distinct doesn’t necessarily mean skilled, because while Rose’s voice is certainly recognizable, it’s certainly not one of a classically trained vocalist. This has been especially true in live performances in recent years.