Best Singers in Female Groups: Sistar, Wonder Girls, Girls' Generation
By Staff Writer | November 20, 2013 01:55 AM EST
In a land where girl groups are inundated with an overload of members, it's important to stand out amongst the rest, especially if you've been granted the gift of song. So who comes out the best amongst their fellow comrades in the battle of all that is musical and K-Pop? Let's take a look at the best singers in female groups!
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Girls' Generation is made up of 9 beautiful girls who all know how to carry a tune and groove to a beat but the most powerful singer in the group has to go to leader Taeyeon who is known for her vocal control. She's hit some notes in her career that could easily put her at the top of the best singer list in SNSD.
This one is a tough one for me because I think there are two powerful singers in the Wonder Girls two of which are Sunye and Yeeun. To be frank, I've always felt that both had some clean vocals but Yeeun has always been consistently the best? What are your thoughts?
She's not a household name yet but give her some time and she might just become the next big thing. Sojung of rookie girl group, Ladies Code, has got some serious pipes. She was a contestant on "The Voice" and is hands down the group's strongest singer.
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