Freddie Mercury Could Sing Better Than Axl Rose Or Vince Neil?

Listening to Freddie Mercury’s voice before and after his death has been a pleasure. Fans were still impressed and influenced by Freddie’s voice and Queen’s songs even after he passed away. But how would he sound in a different band, if not with Queen?

AI has been essential in bringing this idea to reality. The voice of the late Queen vocalist was altered for songs by more contemporary acts like Mötley Crüe and Guns N’ Roses. Both “Welcome to the Jungle” and “Kickstart My Heart” include Freddie’s vocals, which lend the band’s singles a unique vibe. You must now determine if Freddie could sing more beautifully than Vince Neil and Axl Rose.

Guns N’ Roses – ‘Welcome to the Jungle’

The song has a whole different vibe with Freddie’s voice than with Axl Rose’s higher-pitched vocals. The vocals begin to match the song better after the bridge, proving that Freddie’s vocals would fit many other bands—even if the song isn’t your favorite thing to listen to when you first hear it.

Mötley Crüe – Kickstart My Heart

Freddie’s vocals manage to bring the song together as a whole. Some fans claim it’s far superior to the original, while others think it sounds like a typical Mötley Crüe demo. Freddie’s distinctive voice adds to the song’s overall cohesiveness like the original.

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