Good whatever time of day you're experiencing right now, as of this moment any threads pertaining to an individual user's vocal covers or voice type have been and will be moved into the 'Shameless Self-Advertising' forum, this is nothing malicious or against your person but an effort to keep the forum tidy and organized.
Just as a reminder, the description of this particular subforum reads:
Any vocal discussion not related to a particular vocalist goes here.
Meaning, this particular subforum is meant for general discussion about concepts in singing, not any singer's notes or techniques in particular, if you want to discuss the latter moving the discussion to the respective singer's range thread is advisable. Now, this isn't to say you can't discuss your voice type within this subforum, you absolutely can, just take for example this thread which turned the user's voice type into an actual topic.
Aside from The Range Place wanting to distance itself from the idea that voice types are relevant in pop/jazz, and to a greater extent us being regarded as any sort of authority on such matters, this is just a move to make the people, who want to discuss ideas about vocals that interest them, and the people who want to vocally benefit themselves from learning about those ideas, all happy while keeping the aesthetic of the forum orderly.
Now that that's out of the way, tell us all about that massive C6 you heard by a geezer called Alan nobody's heard of.
There used to be a thread called "Threadless Singers" wherein you could discuss the singing of singers who didn't have threads yet, but that's been moved in order to make way for a thread that combines Threadless Singers, Threads You're Working On and the Singer Index. Admittedly, this new thread is taking an unforeseen amount of time, so apologies for that.
If you'd just like the notes' pitches confirmed, for the moment, you can use the Controversial Notes thread as a substitute for Threadless Singers.