LE SSERAFIM’s Japanese member Kazuha impressed netizens with her nasal-free vocals

LE SSERAFIM‘s Kazuha has become a hot topic because of her nasal-free vocals.

Having Japanese people in K-Pop groups has been popular for a while now, and most of them have been criticized for their bad singing skills and nasal vocals.

But these days, netizens say that Kazuha has the clearest voice of any Japanese idol they’ve heard so far. Some even said that a microphone just gets in the way of her beautiful voice.

On October 24, a post about Kazuha began trending on Nate‘s community board under the title, “Kazuha is Japanese, but she doesn’t have the nasally voice that most Japanese people have“. 

The netizen who wrote the post stated, “I knew Sakura worked hard during her IZ*ONE promotions to get rid of it (which is also impressive), but Kazuha doesn’t seem to have ever had it?“.

Other netizens quickly responded and share their opinions, such as:

You can’t hear it in some parts of their songs, but you can hear it in other parts.

I think her voice is a little nasal! Of course, it’s not bad or unpleasant.

Maybe because she went to school in another country.

She was just in the Netherlands, but before that she went to ballet schools in Russia and England, so I think she stayed there for a long time.

I knew she was Japanese after hearing their most recent song.

I don’t think her voice is as harsh as that of other Japanese idols.

Kura‘s voice is still nasal, though.

Because her voice is lower, you don’t hear it as much.

I do think, though, that she has a bit of a nasal voice.

It’s true that you hear it less than the other Japanese members. Even when she speaks Japanese, I don’t think you hear much of her nasal voice.

She almost doesn’t have it.

You can barely hear Zuha when she talks. I really like how low her voice is.

What are your thoughts on the post about Kazuha?



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