50+ Karaoke Songs For Low Female Voices

Looking for the ultimate list of karaoke songs for low female voices?

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Karaoke is a truly awesome pastime. Not only is it a great way to let loose and have fun with a few friends, but it’s also a great way to meet new people too.

However, as we’re sure you’ve noticed, it often seems that most of the popular female-led karaoke tracks are more geared towards sopranos.

But what if you’ve got a low female voice?

Fear not! In this article, our expert team of muso-nerds have put together the ultimate list of 50+ karaoke songs for low female voices, curated by category and packed with useful information.

Feel free to skim through this piece and find the category you’re looking for, then cherry pick the tracks that take your fancy!

What You’ll Need:

  • Karaoke Machine: If you’re hosting a karaoke party at home rather than going to a bar, you’ll need a karaoke machine. However, you definitely don’t need to break the bank. We’d recommend going with a low-cost portable one that connects to a TV or tablet such as this one from Amazon. Alternatively, if you’ve got a gaming console, you might be better off looking into a gaming karaoke kit such as We Sing Pop! for Xbox.
  • Lighting (Optional): If you’re hosting a karaoke party, lights are a budget-friendly way of creating a real party vibe. We’d recommend some small sound-activated ones such as these ones, which offer enough light for a decent-sized family room.
  • Drinks: Well…you’ve got to get that karaoke courage from somewhere…

Easy Karaoke Songs For Low Female Voices

First-time karaoke-goer? (or having a few drinks before hitting the karaoke?) – here’s our top choices for easy-to-sing karaoke songs situated at the lower end of the female range:

We R Who We R (Kesha)

If you’re looking for a super easy high-energy song, this song by Kesha is perfect.

With less than a full octave range only hitting notes between Eb3 and Bb3, you’ll have everyone on their feet dancing with minimal vocal effort. 

Attention (Charlie Puth)

Attention has a nice rhythmic bass that will get the crowd swaying along to the beat, while you sing this one-octave pop song with ease.

Don’t let the fact that it sounds a bit high for Charlie Puth confuse you, this song is the perfect range for lower female singers. 

Royals (Lorde)

Royals is an electronic pop song about disapproving the life of luxury.

It’s an easy song for karaoke thanks to the repetition in the chorus and pre-chorus and its limited range of notes, which makes it a great choice for low female voices.

Rehab (Amy Winehouse)

With only a seven-note range throughout the whole song, you can easily show off your lower vocal range with this Amy Winehouse classic.

Sit back, relax, and sing until your heart is content without straining your voice.

Bubbly (Colbie Caillat)

This cute and simple, slightly upbeat love song is super easy to sing with a very short range of notes required.

If you’re looking for a relaxed and mellow song, this is the one!

Hallelujah (Rufus Wainwright)

Though the Rufus Wainwright version isn’t the original, it’s an easy version for singers of almost any level and range.

It’s also a super well-known song with pretty simple lyrics.

The Middle (Zedd)

This fun and upbeat song became more popular in 2018 after it was featured in a Target ad, and it’s easy to understand why.

It’s a catchy song with simple lyrics that you will quickly get stuck in your head (if it isn’t already there!)

Hit Me Baby One More Time (Britney Spears)

Hit Me Baby One More Time is a classic go-to karaoke song for anyone born before 2010.

Britney Spears’ iconic voice may be difficult to mimic exactly, but her low tone and simple lyrics make this song perfect for karaoke.

Man! I Feel Like A Woman (Shania Twain)

A classic Shania Twain blast from the past with easy and somewhat repetitive lyrics that are guaranteed to get the crowd excited.

It’s a fun and energetic song in the lower range that is perfect for karaoke:

Party In The U.S.A. by Miley Cyrus

This Miley Cyrus song is a fun and easy song with simple lyrics and a reasonable range, which makes it easy for karaoke.

It’s also a well-known song so it’s likely an easy crowd-pleaser.

Classic Karaoke Songs For Low Female Voices

Looking for a real crowd-pleaser of a karaoke track? Next up are our top classic karaoke tracks at the low end of the female vocal range:

How Far I’ll Go (Auli’i Cravalho)

For the Disney movie lover who loves karaoke, How Far I’ll Go from the movie Moana is a great song that sits right in the middle of a low female singing range.

You’re sure to have to crowd singing along with you with this well-known Disney karaoke classic.

Because of You (Kelly Clarkson)

Because of you, one of Kelly Clarkson’s most popular songs from back in the day will let your low female voice shine while blanketing the crowd with a deep feeling of nostalgia in the process. 

It’s also a great belting song, making it an awesome choice for showing off your technique!

Close to You (The Carpenters)

This classic karaoke song slows things down a bit, but moves along at a pace and range that is comfortable and fun.

You can most likely count on the crowd to chime in as your backup singers with this classic:

Hit Me With Your Best Shot (Pat Benatar)

If you’re ready to rock it out, start with this female-empowering, Pat Benatar classic rock song.

With a single octave range staying mostly around F3 for the majority of the song, you can look and sound like a Rockstar from the 70s and 80s.

I Will Survive (Gloria Gaynor)

I Will Survive is a classic post-breakup song that is upbeat, easy to sing and fun.

Whether you’re nursing a broken heart or just looking for a familiar song to sing and dance to, this single octave classic will meet all of your karaoke needs.

Girls Just Want to Have Fun (Cyndi Lauper)

Whether you’re singing karaoke for girl’s night or you’re just hanging out and grabbing drinks after work, this classic is sure to get everyone singing along with you.

This classic brings back fun and memories associated with childhood:

I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Whitney Houston)

Whitney Houston is known for her big powerful vocals and her name can be intimidating for karaoke stars with lower ranges.

Her song I Wanna Dance With Somebody is in the perfect range for low-singing females. Rock out to this classic Whitney song and shine like a star!

Oops!…I Did It Again (Britney Spears)

Oops!…I Did It Again will take you and your crowd back to the turn of the century.

Britney Spears’ unique, low, raspy voice keeps her range on the lower end, which makes her songs like this one great for alto singers.

Wannabe (Spice Girls)

As one of the Spice Girls most famous songs, even people born well after the peak Spice Girls era are familiar with this one.

This classic karaoke song is extremely repetitive which makes it easy and fun to sing:

Sweet Caroline (Neil Diamond)

If you’re from the south, you’ve heard this song at every baseball game you’ve ever attended.

Even if you’re not from the south, it is very likely this oldy-but-goldy has made its way into your listening ears at some point.

It’s a simple song that brings joy to anyone who hears it, making it a go-to classic karaoke song.

Duet Karaoke Songs For Low Female Voices

Looking to sing along with a friend? Here’s our top recommended duet songs on the lower end of the female vocal spectrum:

Shallow (Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper)

This duet is shockingly different from Lady Gaga’s usual upbeat music that often leaves fans dancing and singing along (but wondering what she’ll do next).

This slower movie soundtrack-meets-rock-ballad is a great duet for two female singers or a male/female combination.

Crazy in Love (Beyoncé)  

Grab you a rapper friend and since like the Queen B herself.

Beyoncé is known for her strong powerful voice, but this song is the perfect range for a low female singer and can be a lot more fun if you have a friend to join you (especially if they don’t sing but doesn’t mind rapping). 

Just A Kiss (Lady Antebellum)

Just A Kiss is a sweet country duet suitable for both male and female vocals.

It’s packed with harmonies throughout, making it an awesome choice to sing with a friend:

Perfect (Ed Sheeran and Beyoncé)

Though Beyoncé is known for her big, powerful belting vocals, her duet with Ed Sheeran is much more tamed than her usual repertoire.

She keeps to the lower end of her range to create this beautiful duet that is ‘perfect’ for karaoke (sorry…we’re a big fan of puns over here). 

Rewrite The Stars (Zach Efron and Zendaya) 

Rewrite The Stars by Zach Efron and Zendaya became popular with the 2017 release of the movie The Greatest Showman.

It’s since been heard on playlists, in shopping malls and on the radio numerous times.

It’s a fun and simple duet featuring a male and female vocal, but both parts could easily be sung by two lower female vocals as well.

We Don’t Talk Anymore (Charlie Puth and Selena Gomez)

Charlie Puth and Selena Gomez, both powerful singers in their own right, came together to create this fun and upbeat duet.

It’s about a couple who has stopped communicating with each other. This fun duet doesn’t have any super high notes and it’s just a fun pop song to sing.

No Air (Jordan Sparks and Chris Brown)

No Air is a sweet duet from back in the day. Though the range for the song is technically two full octaves, it still well within the range for a low female voice.

Say Something (A Great Big World and Christina Aguilera)

Say Something is a sweet piano ballad that is a little on the higher end for low female singers, but it’s not impossible and it is a lovely duet to sing when karaoke is starting to wind down a bit.

Beautiful (Carly Rae Jepsen and Justin Bieber)

This is kind of a duet twist on the One Direction song What Make You Beautiful.

It’s a chill song with simple lyrics and it works great as a couple’s duet (or just singing with a friend).

Just Give Me A Reason (P!nk and Nate Ruess)

P!nk is a great singer for low female singers .

When paired with Nate Ruess’ range, it makes makes it a great duet for both altos and tenors. It’s also a slower song, but the drums drive it forward a bit making it more interesting for karaoke.

Upbeat Karaoke Songs For Low Female Voices

Looking for something feel-good? (of course you are…it’s karaoke!)

Here’s our recommendations for upbeat and feel-good tracks:

Valerie (Amy Winehouse)

Valerie has a nice, upbeat, smooth feel to it with the shaker staying constant throughout the song.

The vocals are slower on this one and only go as high as a Bb4 in the chorus. Plus, who doesn’t love a good Amy Winehouse song?

Call Me Maybe (Carly Rae Jepsen)

Call Me Maybe is a fun and upbeat song with an easy note range for female singers.

Grab your mic, put on a flirty smile, and sing your heart out to that cutie watching from across the room.

Good Time (Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen)

Good Time is a hit from the 2010s. It’s a great song to pull out when you want everyone to get up and dance.

It’s also pretty straightforward to sing, sticking mainly to a one octave range:

Love Yourself (Justin Bieber)

When Love Yourself was first released, it could be heard literally everywhere.

(seriously…that thing was huge…)

Justin Bieber has always been known for his higher male vocals since he became famous as a child. He’s continued to sing in a range that is suitable for himself as a tenor, which lends itself well to lower female voices.

Love Story (Taylor Swift)

If you’re looking for an upbeat country karaoke song, look no further than Love Story by Taylor Swift.

It stays within a single octave range, making it fun and easy to sing along with.

Lips Are Movin (Meghan Trainor)

Meghan Trainor is somewhat known for her upbeat sassy songs, and though she is capable of belting out high notes, this song generally stays at a comfortable range.

Plus, it’s just really fun to sing and dance to such a sassy song:

Cheap Thrills (Sia)

Cheap Thrills by Sia is the definition a good dance song.

When you’re ready to get up and get moving, this a great song to dance and sing to, even for low female singers as it’s a low single octave song.

New Rules (Dua Lipa)

New Rules by Dua Lipa and many of the remixes are great to get up and dance to.

It has a manageable range for low female singers, with the added benefit of putting everyone in a great mood. 

Friends (Marshmello and Anne-Marie)

The American DJ Marshmello and British singer Anne-Marie worked together to write this fun and upbeat song about making sure someone knows they are in the friend zone.

It’s a slightly higher song, but for confident low female sings who aren’t afraid to push themselves, it’s more than doable:

Love Song (Sara Bareilles)

The piano part in this song keeps everything moving with a steady rhythm and the majority of the song is right in the middle of the alto range. 

This makes it an awesome choice for lower voices, with the added bonus of being super feel-good.

Slow Karaoke Songs

Looking for something a little more downbeat? Finally, here are our recommendations of slower karaoke songs for lower female singers:

Someone Like You (Adele)

Adele’s low vocal range on this slow piano ballad will slow things down a bit, but still allow you to show off your low female vocals.

It fits perfectly into the alto range, especially on the verses. 

A Natural Woman (Aretha Franklin)

Slow things down without putting the audience to sleep with this classic Aretha Franklin hit.

A Natural Woman is a smooth and relaxed, well-known one-octave blast from the past.

Without Me (Halsey)

This song has a pretty heavy percussion part that gives off the illusion that it is a faster song, but the ballad-style singing and lyrics fit beautifully with the drums.

The song starts out at the bottom of a standard alto singing range and reaches the top of that range towards the end.

However, the verses stay lower, making it a manageable ballad for low female singers:

Creep (Radiohead)

Even though the snare and high hat make this song feel a little more upbeat, the style of singing that goes with the melodies makes this a much slower and chill song.

It’s also a great range for females with low and limited vocal ranges.

Hard To Say I’m Sorry (Chicago)

Chicago has a long list of powerful instrumental-focused songs, but this ballad still hangs on to the power while slowing things down.

The vocals are originally written for a higher male vocal, which makes them perfect for a lower female singer.

Drivers License (Olivia Rodrigo)

Drivers License by Olivia Rodrigo is a relatively new song.

This slow indie ballad has a sweet and sad story behind it, but the range is low, the song is slow and that makes it perfect for females with low voices.

Your Power (Billie Eilish)

Billie Eilish’s distinct voice works so well with ballad-style songs and this one is no exception.

There are a few higher notes here and there throughout the song, but the song is just a little more than one octave throughout.

Can’t Help Falling In Love (Haley Reinhart)

“Can’t Help Falling In Love” is a classic song by Elvis Presley, but the Haley Reinhart version is at the perfect range for low female singers to enjoy pouring their hearts with this love song ballad.

Anyone (Demi Lovato)

In recent years, Demi Lovato has been upfront about her battle with depression, and this ballad is a result of the demons she battles.

She moves around a lot in this song and it does cover a full two octaves with all of the high notes in the chorus, but it’s a slow song with repetitive lyrics.

Jar Of Hearts (Christina Perri)

 Jar Of Hearts is a pretty standard breakup ballad.

With simple melodies and no high belted notes, it is a great song for someone who is shy but still wants to give karaoke a try.

Closing Thoughts

We hope this article has given you (more than) a few choices for your next karaoke session!

If you enjoyed this article and are looking for more recommendations, why not check out our ultimate list of Disney songs for altos next?

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