Daddy Yankee gets an A+ for grammar! According to USA Today a writing enhancement app, Grammarly, sampled 100 musicians on Twitter and had proofreaders examine their 25 most recent tweets for any mistakes. El Cangri came out within the top 10 scoring 3.6 errors per 100 words. He was placed in fifth place, and is the best-graded Spanish-speaking singer.
Beyonce took the #1 spot with 2.1 mistakes per 100 words and was recognized for her flawless, well-thought-out posts. Beyonce was followed by Coldplay, Maroon 5 and One Direction while the worst spellers included Justin Bieber (29.5), Jaden Smith, (26.4), Nicki Minaj (33.7) and Snoop Dogg with 35.8.
Grammarly also made an analysis of their writing according to age, sex and music genre. Celebrities around 50 years of age made only 6.5 mistakes out of 100 words, while teenagers made almost 18 mistakes out of 100 words. Female musicians were the least prone to make mistakes with a score of 14.2, as opposed to male musicians that make 15.7 errors. In the music genre category, hip-hop artists make the most mistakes with 18.4 errors. R&B artists follow closely with 15.4, pop stars with a 10 and Latin performers at 6.3, but the best spellers are rockers with 0.8 errors. As far as grammar goes, Latin artists are best with 5.4 as opposed to hip-hop stars with 14.3 mistakes.
Way to go El Big Boss!