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Kanibal embraces hearing-impaired fans

Hip hop artist speaks on what incorporating a sign language interpreter in gigs means for him and his fans.

Renowned hip hop artist made the recently ended NAMAs super sweet for his hard-on hearing fans when he hit the stage with a sign language interpreter. The ‘Rebirth: Episode 1 album maker says the reception from the community was so thrilling that he has recently announced on his social media that he will be doing similar performances at the Moreson Special School for the Cognitively impaired. Asked on why he decided to make his performances inclusive, the rapper says it all comes from a good place.

“Because I wanted to. I am a good guy and I wanted to prove it to myself and my mom,” he said. The community looooved it, Mee Rosa Namises paid me to do it for the deaf kids, but to be fair I would have done it for free,” he said.

Kanibal says he does not plan on stopping anytime soon and that he draws inspiration from Baby Doeseb too who has started a music school for the hard-on hearing.

“I plan to be involved immediately,” he concluded.

Kanibal has also hinted on a new project he is soon to launch, on his social mediums. It is definitely safe to keep an eye on his pages for all updates!

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