Rihanna Is “the Frank Sinatra of our Generation,” According to Chris Martin

The Coldplay frontman compares RiRi's voice to a beautifully squeezed tube of toothpaste.

In a recent interview with The Guardian, Chris Martin called Rihanna "the Frank Sinatra of our generation." This does not come without an explanation; the Coldplay frontman says that RiRi's voice is one of a kind:

“She can turn anything into gold with that voice. Here’s the thing: if you speak to a good singing teacher about great opera singers, they will talk about consistency of tone. Or there’s a book by Alfred Tomatis about why some people like certain people’s voices and other people hate them, like Bob Dylan or me or whoever, some people say, ‘Oh, I hate that voice’, so there’s a thing about people’s frequency responses – what they are pleased by. Rihanna has this thick tone, so it’s very hard to annoy anybody. It’s like a beautifully squeezed tube of toothpaste. When you think of Rihanna’s voice you think of this whole, rich thing, solid like a tree trunk. Drake is pretty similar. But Rihanna’s voice is just delicious for your ear. Sinatra had the same thing; anything he sang sounded pleasing to most people."

Stellar comparison. Let us know if you agree.

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