His lows were the darkest part of his range, being heavy and ever-so-slightly smoky. His mid-range gained brightness as it ascended, and his belting range had almost a chameleon edge to it, it could adopt different timbres and tones. It could come with a rock edge, a softer, mellow tone, or a light or heavy timbre. This allowed for vocal versatility and transitions through different genres.
Contrary to popular belief, he did NOT solely rely on his falsetto register. Of course, MJ used it frequently, but it was not an indication of his inability to sing in full voice. In fact, if you listen to the “Butterflies” acapella, you can hear that all the high notes are sung in full voice and not falsetto.
C J has studied Michael Jacksons voice technique from a very young age, we all know that to have exactly the same vocal ability as Michael Jackson is impossible as there is only one ‘King Of Pop’ but as well as his breath-taking dance moves, CJ is said to have the closest ‘Live Vocal’ to Michael Jackson in the UK!