When Chaka Khan said she was “every woman,” that did not include the ones who have to rely on auto-tune to enhance their vocals. The R&B diva is making it known that musicality matters and is has taken shots at artists who depend on engineers doing pitch correction to make them sound good.
The legendary singer expressed her feelings on the state of today’s music when she spoke with Page Six at The Angel Ball hosted by Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research in New York City on Monday.
“There is some great stuff out there and there are some great artists. There’s some very fine young artists out there doing great great work that I am impressed with,” she told the outlet. “But the others, they just need to get them a job at the post office. They are always hiring. People are using auto-tune. They need to get to the post office quick.”