This Girl Sings Exactly Like Famous Celebs & Becomes Instant TikTok Star Amidst Lockdown

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All our lives did go to a pause at once when the pandemic outspread took us over. Many of us stranded alone in our apartments, the rest racing to their parent’s house. Working, taking classes, and doing everything while quarantining at home, maintaining that distance we need much.

Well, somewhere in South Carolina a young actor/singer Kimberly Camacho just like the rest of us is fighting this pandemic by staying in. The only difference is that this young lady has a gigantic amount of talent and it blew up on an app called TikTok. If you haven’t heard of this app, you must be living under a rock.

Kimberly sings and acts on stage. She lived in New York before the outbreak. Things only took a turn when she came back to her parents’ house, and boredom made her create a TikTok profile.

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This sunshine of a person gained popularity so quickly all thanks to her great voice and insane talent for mimicking famous artists.

She explains, “I decided to get a TikTok to cure my boredom during quarantine. I saw a lot of comedy TikTok videos, so I decided, ‘Why not?”’

Then she started creating these videos, and boom! Just like that, she was in for a big treat.

First of all, she was already getting a lot of love for the great mimicking, and secondly, she included a three-step tip as well which is just the cherry on top.

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She adds, “I like to break down the three most unique elements of each singer’s voice so other people can attempt the impression if they want to. I try to explain the steps in a simple way that is mixed with technical terms. That way, it will be understood by trained singers, amateur singers, and people who have never sung in their lives.”

Here’s one of the videos she made of how to nail the gorgeous voice of the Legendary Celine Deon.

  • Step 1: Forward placements and chew on words.
  • Step 2: Three note riff, and a quick scoop up.
  • Step 3: Quick vibrato.
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Keeping in mind that everyone has a unique type of voice she says, “The way I modify my voice to sound like Celine Dion may be different than someone else whose voice is lower or higher than mine”.

This one is of the heartthrob of our current pop culture Billie Eilish.

  • Step 1: Head voice and breathy.
  • Step 2: Slide down on notes.
  • Step 3: Fluttery vibrato.

For all the Ariana Grande and the high ponytail fans, this is for you.

  • Step 1: Swallowed head voice.
  • Step 2: No consonants.
  • Step 3: End your riff with a pulse.

This one is of her doing the famous ‘Royal’ singer Lorde.

  • Step 1: Place in the back of the throat plus grogginess.
  • Step 2: Intense vowels and consonants.
  • Step 3: Speak phrases on rhythm.

We can see from her videos that she definitely knows what she is doing.

She explains about her experiences with voice training, “When I started vocal training, I told my voice teacher that I wanted to be able to sing anything. I wanted to be vocally versatile. When I first started learning, I began to mimic artists to understand each genre’s sound and then figured out where it fits in my true voice, I developed a trained ear for listening and hearing how voices differ. By listening and applying my technique, I can figure out how to modify my voice to sound like other singers. It’s a lot of trial and error, but I eventually get there.”

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This 24-year-old New Yorker has quite the magic every artist needs to have. And her future is already shining bright.

Well, we saw that a star is born and she plans to give out more to the world of art and music, “I love making the videos and I plan on making a Judy Garland one soon. They’re a great distraction right now and hopefully entertaining for those watching. I want it to remain fun and positive. I’m an actor and writer first and right now the arts are hurting, like a lot of other organizations. Any support for the arts is highly appreciated and needed”.

You can check out more of her videos here kimothyyyyy

Check out her Instagram here kimjcamacho

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