Sing like no people listening to you.

This sentence means that sing like that no people are listening to you.

Is the sentence 'Sing like no people listening to you' right expression? I mean that can "be verb" be omitted in this sentence.

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    The verb- to-be cannot be dropped there. – Tᴚoɯɐuo Sep 1 '16 at 11:12

'No people' sounds strange in this sentence. It is more common to say 'no one'.

'listening' is incorrect. It should be 'no people are listening' or 'no one is listening'.

'Sing like no one is listening to you' is correct.

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I would prefer nobody instead of no people and don't forget a 'verb to be' before a progressive verb

Nobody is listening

Or in this context

No people are listening

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