Chaka Khan tells singers to use Auto-tune to find post office jobs | Entertainment

Chaka Khan has insisted that singers who rely on Auto-tune should give up their music career and get a post office job.

The pop veteran insisted there were plenty of young artists she found very impressive, but she lashed out at stars who rely on computer software to hit the right notes – insisting on the fact that there are many jobs they would be better suited to than singing.

Speaking at the Angel Ball in New York on Monday night (24.10.22), she told the New York Post newspaper’s PageSix column: “There are some really good young artists out there doing great work that I love. impresses. But the others, they just need to find them a job at the post office – they are always hiring! People use Auto-tune. They have to get to the post office quickly.

Chaka went on to talk about the issues facing young female artists, insisting that she feels sad that so many of them seem to struggle with “self-esteem” issues.

She continued, “I feel very sad. It saddens me deeply that so much… insecurity is present in these girls. They really need to know that they are gold and that they are truly precious.”

The 69-year-old singer performed her hits ‘I’m Every Woman’ and ‘Tell Me Something Good’ at the Manhattan event which raised money for the Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation for Cancer Research – the charity created by singer-songwriter Denise Rich in memory of her daughter, Gabrielle, who died at the age of 27 after a battle with leukemia.

PageSix reports that the gala raised $2.8 million for the charity.

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