Outstanding rap in sign-languageby Annalisa Lista - 2017.07.14
The sign-language version of rapper, Waka Flocka Flame’s hit created an absolute frenzy. The performance was executed by well-known American sign-language interpreter Holly Maniatty during Manchester, UK Firefly Music Festival that took place a few weeks ago. Holly danced and signed perfectly for the non-hearing public, as she followed the singer. To the point that Waka Flocka Flame himself decided to do a duet with her for the last part of the song, sending the entire audience into ecstasy. A performance that in only a few days has received more than 1 million views over the web.
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