(AllHipHop News) A 17-year-old who was born without a jaw is living his dream of being a rapper, thanks to some help from a member of the local Hip-Hop community in Phoenix.
Isaiah Acosta was born mute, and without a jaw and has never even tasted food.
He communicates through a combination of sign language and text messaging.
But the teenager’s vision of becoming a rapper has been actualized, thanks to an artist known as Trap House.
Isaiah linked up with Trap House, a rapper the youth identified as the perfect vehicle for his own lyrics since he cannot speak.
The pair produced the song and music video “Oxygen to Fly,” which has racked up tens of millions of views since the project was published yesterday (March 9).
The video was funded by the Children’s Miracle Network.
The duo will make an appearance at SXSW with the video’s director, Torben Bernhard, tomorrow (March 11).
Take a look at the documentary below:
I'VE BEEN HOLDING THIS IN FOR A COUPLE OF MONTHS NOW FINALLY RELEASE Approval. I WROTE RAP SONG A RAPPER by the name of TRAPHOUSE was the voice to my words on paper . Jmelo helped with the hook to my song Cmn made sure I knew anything is possible in life. My rap song is helping thousands and thousands of kids and teens around the world at CMNH If you buy My song your not just supporting me your giveing back to many . If I can help one voiceless person out of all this. I feel I DID WHAT I HAD TO DO . Catch me ON @itunes @spotify I HAVE SO MANY THANKS TO GIVE MY FAMILY & MY TRUE FRIENDS who been by my side . Every one who work hours and didnt stop working . Topher @torbenbernhard @kellidavis1 @cmnhospitals @pch @iamthetrap @jmelomusic Irin Jasmain Tabron More to come . Put your money where the Miracles are. @cmnhospitals Go Buy My song 📿👌👏👊