Overall I continue to enjoy the warmth and pleasantness of Kananan's singing, especially the lower notes.
However, high notes are def still hard for her; in sudden quieter high notes it's almost like you can hear the nervousness and anticipation of them instead of them coming naturally, and in Suppin to Namida it's almost as if she wasn't prepared for the first higher parts and so her voice breaks. Sometimes after high notes, it's difficult for her to get 'back on track' and instead her notes are a bit off, until the next line begins. SO, she's done a wonderful job getting this far, but I think she has the potential to be included among the top of H!P vocalists in its history (seriously) if she only keeps practicing those high notes and gets more stability in there! She has a really nice oldies sound almost to her voice, lovely vibrato here and there - but only pracice will make the singing more effortless and natural, so I hope she keeps working at it.
Great job Kananan