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VIDEO: ASL interpreter raps with hands at Wu-Tang Clan show

Everyone's attention shifted to the woman standing in the front converting Wu-Tang Clan's, "Da Mystery of Chessboxin'" into amazing sign language.

During a recent performance at the 2013 Bonnaroo Art and Music festival in Manchester, Tennessee, Wu-Tang Clan came together to rock the stage and put on a show for fans and festival goers. While the Wu was performing their hits and other classic jams, there was someone else putting on a memorable performance of their own, the American Sign Language Interpreter.

While someone was recording the WuTang concert, everyone's attention shifted to the woman standing in the front converting Wu-Tang Clan's, "Da Mystery of Chessboxin'" into amazing sign language.

Sign language interpreters already do an amazing job at translating spoken word into gestures and hand signals that are understood by the hearing impaired, and it was awesome to see her keeping up with the Wu during their performance.

I think Wu-Tang Clan should invite her to go on tour with them and next time have her on stage.

 
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