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Autistic Boy With A Fear Of Music Goes Viral With His Incredible Rendition Of Powerful Song ‘Hallelujah’

Date September 23, 2019 12:27

Extremely talented boy with autism took the Internet by storm by his incredible rendition of Leonard Cohen’s hit ‘Hallelujah’.

Defying the odds

Meet Justin Kiely-May from Dublin. Justin has autism. The condition makes him fearful of loud noises. For the same reason, the boy can’t listen to different kinds of music, however, when he likes a song, his reaction is truly precious.

When Justin was 9 years old, he heard Leonard Cohen’s eternal hit ‘Hallelujah’. The boy was literally impressed by the power of music. Justin loved the song so much that couldn’t stop singing it too.

When Justin’s mother heard her son’s singing, she secretly filmed him on a camera. She showed the video to Justin’s uncle Brandon, who then posted it on Twitter.

The video of the singing boy went viral and got more than 80, 000 likes just in one week. Watch it by yourself and you’ll understand why.

Boy is singing ‘Hallelujah’

Justin’s mother replied that she couldn’t be more proud of her amazing son.

Social media users also highly appreciated Justin’s performance calling him a rising star.

Fans’ comments

For all parents of autistic kids, try to find ways to help your little ones manage stressful moments. If necessary, address for professional help. Autistic children are just like the rest of the kids! The only thing they need is their doting parents’ love and support.

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