Kirk Franklin vocal range

According to our database the vocal range of this artist is:

A#1 - G#5 (3.8 octaves)

Song with the LOWEST pitch:
Something About the Name Jesus (Part 2) (A#1-C5)
Song with the HIGHEST pitch:
Thank You for Your Child (D#2-G#5)

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Voice types

Based on their range the artist can perform songs for:

Bass (E2-E4)

Baritone (A2-A4)

Tenor (C3-C5)

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My Life, My Love, My All (D#2-F4)
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Always (E2-F4)
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First Love (D3-A4)
Hello Fear (F2-E4)
Brokenhearted (B2-D4)
Stomp (C3-D4)
I Am (G2-D#4)
He Will Supply (F2-C#4)
Why (A#2-E5)
Caught Up (C3-D#4)
Wanna Be Happy? (G2-C4)
Better (A2-F4)
Everyone Hurts (D2-D4)
The Appeal (D#2-G4)
Thank You (G2-D#4)
Hosanna (G2-F4)
Jesus (G2-E4)
911 (A2-D4)
Still Alive (F3-D#4)
Love Song (C2-G#3)
Without You (B2-E4)
Look At Me Now (G2-G4)
Brighter Day (F2-F4)
Keep Your Head (G2-A4)
Just for Me (F2-D#4)
Revolution (C3-D4)
You Are (C#3-D#4)
I Smile (C#2-F4)
He Reigns (C3-E4)
Could've Been (F2-A4)
In Love (A2-E4)
Silent Night (G#2-G#4)
Sunshine (A#2-D#4)
Silver and Gold (F2-F#4)
Help Me Believe (F2-F4)
Why We Sing (A2-D#4)
Love Theory (C3-A4)
Chains (G#2-F5)
Let It Go (G3-A4)
Looking for You (A#2-D#4)
Afterwhile (G2-A#3)
Imagine Me (G2-E4)

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