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How To Rap With Your Hands (6.28.2013) MP3

Holly Maniatty, who interprets music into sign language, performed with Wu-Tang Clan and almost stole the show. Also in this show: Rachel Zeffira may have the voice of an angel, but it took a little fib for her to sing during mass at the Vatican. Source: thestory.org

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