They're signing tight verses and epic bars
Since its inception, hip hop has resonated with audiences around the world. From those who can recite every rhyme to those who can’t really hear the rhymes, the spectrum of hip hop fans is broader than ever. Fans with impaired hearing can still feel the freshness that is the culture of hip hop, all because of some of the most spirited and talented American Sign Language interpreters. Check out all the times they were able to connect those who were deaf to some of the tightest beats known to man.
XXL Freshman Logic challenged his ASL interpreter, Kat, to keep up with him during his set at the Governors Ball back in 2013. He performed a freestyle for the crowd, and to everyone’s delight, Kat was able to keep up with an impressive, speedy show of her own.
Amber Galloway Gallego’s notable performance of “F*ckin’ Problems” went viral due to her charismatic delivery alongside K. Dot.
Wu Tang Clan’s ‘Bring Da Ruckus’
Holly Maniatty stole the show during Wu Tang Clan’s “Bring Da Ruckus” performance at Bonnaroo in 2013.