Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” Performed Entirely in American Sign Language Is …

29 May 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” Performed Entirely in American Sign Language Is Incredible: Watch Now!.

Even though the video was uploaded in September, it’s now starting to get some pickup and much-deserved recognition because it was just shared on Reddit—where yesterday’s news goes to be revived! Treat yourself and watch Shelby Mitchusson use American Sign Language to interpret the lyrics to Eminem’s rap anthem “Lose Yourself.” It’s powerful stuff.Meet Shelby Mitchusson, the sign language interpreter whose ASL (American Sign Language) version of Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” went viral Thursday.

She recently acknowledged all the “feedback and support” in the comments section of the video, where she seeks response from deaf people, ASL users and other ASL interpreters. The poster “expected it to be silly” but then realized it’s “actually really, really well done.” “I have a deep love for interpreting music and would love to share more as I am always interpreting music,” Mitchusson wrote in a YouTube comment. When there aren’t any words, she moves back in forth with the music, and “plays” piano until Eminem, whose real name is Marshall Mathers, begins to rap. Very cool.” She’s also signed the Sarah McLachlan tearjerker “I Will Remember You” and Skillet’s song “Sick of It.” The “Lose Yourself” video won’t be her last, either. This video is for ASL Interpreting purposes only” and “All music rights reserved: Eminem.” Mitchusson, whose YouTube user name is ShelbyKvety, only has three videos uploaded to her account, but she plans to add more.

Again, thank you all – I’ll upload more soon.” Judging from the more than 350 comments, most people found the video inspiring and beautiful. “She’s great rapping with her hands and her attitude and her heart and her soul,” one person said. “It’s like she’s verbally dancing,” another added.

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