Disabled boy singing “Always Remember Us This Way” goes viral


Netizens Praise PWD For Heartwarming Performance Of “Always Remember Us This Way”

INSPIRING SINGER – A child who has a disability or PWD has gone viral and received praise online for his performance of Lady Gaga’s “Always Remember Us This Way.”

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Since then, singing has become an important part of Filipino pop culture. Karaoke is a must at any gathering, outing, birthday party, or Christmas celebration. It doesn’t matter if the singer isn’t as good as Celine Dion or Whitney Houston to name a few, as long as the singer can enjoy the vibes and enjoy the music.

Apparently not all Filipinos are gifted singers. But why are some so good? This is most likely due to culture, as most families have their own karaoke machine at home. In this way, they will be able to improve their voice and possibly become good singers.

Speaking of singing, one boy, despite his disability, continues to inspire many with his singing abilities. During the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Jann Anthony Gabutan gave a moving interpretation of Always Remember Us This Way made popular by Lady Gaga and is one of the soundtracks of the movie A Star is Born. Watch his performance in the following video:

Jann sang the song while sitting in the chair. His interpretation has generated millions of views, thousands of reactions, comments and shares. One netizen commented, “Thank you so much for inspiring… May you continue to be a blessing to others, especially people with disabilities… God bless you!”

Another netizen commented, “Keep singing, it’s a blessing, you have a good God voice, I’m a special needs counselor, just stay positive in everything you do and God will do the rest.”

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