The Voice Coaches Are Stunned By The Blind Audition Of A Deaf Singer

The Voice Coaches Are Stunned By The Blind Audition Of A Deaf Singer

Updated on March 14, 2023 19:08 PM by Andrew Koschiev

It has always been said that I will never be able to do normal things. I want to prove to them that it's wrong. You know what? No matter what your disability is, you can do anything you put your mind to,' Ali said. On the third night of blind auditions for The Voice Season 23, Ali certainly fulfilled that mission.

Despite being born with profound hearing loss, Ali didn't flinch even when her musician father hit a drum very hard near her as a toddler, and her father realized it. As Ali's mother sat with her father and spoke with Carson Daly, she remembered, "It was devastating." "You thought, 'What about music?'."

Showed supreme confidence

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Ali's parents did not have to worry. I love music, and no matter how much I doubt myself, I will do it regardless of the circumstances. I work around it. We work with it. It doesn't matter how much I doubt myself. I'm going to do it. Though I can't hear everything happening, I feel the beat, the lyrics, and the music itself. 

It is my superpower to listen to every word from the speaker. That is what makes me able to do all the things I do with my life." She acknowledged that it took her a long time to find the courage to do something of this magnitude, but on stage, she seemed supremely confident. Like Season 16 winner Maelyn Jarmon — who once referred to her partial deafness as a "superpower," Ali also had a beautiful, raspy tone and shockingly perfect pitch.

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Coaches were notified after performing

According to her, I am hearing impaired, which she revealed to the coaches after performing her beautiful cover of Roberta Flack's "Killing Me Softly With His Song." Understandably, they were shocked to learn that she was born deaf and wears two hearing aids. The most amazing voice I've ever heard was from Blake Shelton. 

With a chuckle, Blake Shelton said, "If I had to pick one singer out of all those we've heard so far who is hearing impaired." Niall Horan said, "You are incredible. Any adversity you have faced has been overcome here, and it's incredible to watch."

The performance of music at national festivals

The fact that Ali said he worked with an "awesome organization" called Dope that put on ASL hip-hop performances at national music festivals made me think Ali would pick Chance, despite kelly clarkson's lavish praise and sincere words. Chance told Ali he made many friends with the deaf and hard-of-hearing community. That's so Dope if they could look to someone as passionate about music as they are. 

It seemed to Chance that Ali had an extra edge because he was also a gospel singer/fan, but Ali ultimately joined Team kelly clarkson. I'm just happy that Ali took the risk of finding a place on The Voice. Working with someone who understands music differently than I do is exciting. Kelly says she's so confident and bold and wants to sing with me. 

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