Vocal Coach Comments from Dane Chalfin:
Another one for the Approximate Pitch Syndrome category. One of the most difficult things about riffing this much is that it can take you off accurate pitching very easily. The other problem with this much riffing is that it can also take you away from the meaning of the song and put the focus back onto the vanity of overly-melismatic singing. Most audiences would rather hear one honest word/note than 25 ego-driven ones. Try simplifying your interpretations and getting back into the words.
I’m a singer from Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia, Canada. I’m a huge fan of Celine Dion as she’s been my idol for over 10 years. I never had one complaint about my singing.