Hi everyone its Caleb here, today I’m
going to be reacting to Dimash and Li Yugang singing drunken concubine and the
Diva Dance. A bunch of people have recommended it since I put out that
other video a few days ago so I thought I’d just jump in and do it.
Just before I react to this as well check out the pinned comment where
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Anyway let’s get into this, let’s just get straight into let’s do it. Just how cool is that background, just
before we begin? Very kind of traditional Chinese feel to it so far. Yeah that was really cool. I like how
Dimash has that more kind of broad warm lyrical tone, a little bit more legato;
which means more smooth and the phrases kind of blend together better.
Where the other singer, Li, he’s got more of a dainty short very punchy and tight
sound. I can’t even describe it but lots of little mouth resonances which seems
to be a very common thing with Chinese singing and it’s just really cool. I
loved both of them but they’re just both very different so great kind of dynamic
there. here we go, Diva Dance. Okay I’ve gotta go
back to it, how cool is that deep low growl voice that he does? He also did
that in Ascolta La Voce, I might have said that wrong; where he does a similar thing.
That kind of similar technique used in death metal and those kind of genres so
yeah really cool. Wow so he hit a pretty crazy whistle voice
note. Yeah it’s an f-sharp I think. I think it was that note I might need to listen
to it again. Wow so that is really really high pitch.
Wait let me do that right now I don’t want to get that wrong let’s listen to
that. Yeah so I guess that’s in the seventh octave is it? F- sharp? Or
is that in the sixth? That’s so high I don’t even know. Yeah (seventh octave). Crazy high. Far out
I didn’t expect him to do that. And Li has a much less operatic kind of thick
sounding high flageolet but it’s still very accurate. It almost sounds like he’s
pitch corrected a bit. Like, I’m not saying he is but it sounds
so straight tone it almost sounds like that; but I’m not sure about that. But
yeah where Dimash sounds much more operatic in his kind of delivery. Let’s
keep watching. that was so cool. It’s so cool to hear
an extended version of the Diva Dance with, you know, a different song at
the beginning and then that whole coda section. That whole ending was just
really epic and to hear him hit that that high F-sharp in whistle was
just crazy. So yeah I wasn’t expecting it to go in that direction, and I almost
thought; that I didn’t know who Li was gonna be; and he was a really quirky
interesting guy. So in the comments let me know who he was, what this event was.
It seemed to be something in China but other than that I don’t really know. And
yeah. I’m just kind of sitting with it because it was a lot more than I thought
it would be in a really good way. And Li’s singing was so interesting and
unusual but it worked really well. I liked that kind of quirky stuff so yeah.
Anyway I hope you enjoyed this reaction Sorry I was just a bit at loss for words, I don’t
know how to kind of yeah even react to it. It was really impressive so in the
comments let me know about Li and Dimash and just that whole thing, what
what it was; and I look forward to seeing you on the next video. Thanks guys.