If you’re feeling low, a BC singer might be the person for you. Because Surrey’s Joy Chapman just beat the world record for the lowest note sung by a woman. And let us just say, it is looooowww.
The note that Chapman sang was C1, which is the lowest note on a piano. And, if you watch the video, it’s mindblowing to hear. Her voice becomes a low growl and they need a computer to measure the note. It’s very crazy!
There’s a new oceanside patio popping up in West Vancouver
10 massive one-hit wonders you might not know are Canadian
And, adding to the wackiness of the story, the attempt was done on April Fools day. So, Chapman had to convince a lot of people, including her agent, that breaking the record was not a prank!\
Chapman has been attempting this record for over a year. And since starting this journey, she had to overcome a lot. She had to buy new sound equipment, work around COVID and deal with the death of her mother. This makes the accomplishment all the more impressive.
While we don’ think there will be any hit songs with that note, it’s still very cool. Kind of crazy what the human body can accomplish with training, talent, and resources. Now, we’re heading back to our couch to go down this low-note YouTube rabbit hole. Adios!
Read more in Lifestyle
These Canadian cities are among world’s most LGBTQ+ friendly destinations
This Vancouver cafe is getting a two-day summer plant market & here's when
The City of Vancouver is hiring for these jobs that pay over $30 an hour
One of the best hotels in Canada is on a beach in BC & it's hiring
Curiocity In Your Inbox!
Want more? Subscribe to our newsletter for exclusive deals, stories, info & more!Subscribe Now