I practice singing a lot and exploring my voice--not that I'm very good at it, but I hope to be.
Lately I've been focusing on my falsetto because I want to have control over it like guys like Brian Mcknight, Usher, or even (dare I say it) Bieber. For the record I'm NOT a fan of Bieber, but I have to admit he has a good falsetto.
I've practiced a lot, but I haven't been able to find that smooth falsetto sound that those guys have. I found two falsetto sounds, one is kind of nasal-ish and I can do a good rock and roll high pitch vibrato with it--though it is not using my nasal cavity because if I cover my nose, I can still make the falsetto without any problem. The other falsetto voice I found is clearer and higher sounding than the nasal-ish one.
Both of them are falsetto's, just different in some way at the back of my throat. However, neither of them really give that smooth Usher or Brian Mcknight falsetto. Am I stuck with this rock n' rollish falsetto or is it possible that I can find/practice a falsetto that sounds like there's?
(Please don't give me any answers involving race.)