Teenage College Girl Who Was Told She’d Never Be Able To Speak Performs A Breathtaking Cover Of Jhene Aiko “The Worst”

” When God Speaks, You don’t have a choice in the matter You have to Cease. ” 

 

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19 year old Amber Simon Chinn singer was told as a new born that she would never be able to breathe on her own but fate has a different plan for her. Amber is now speaking breathing and singing hope and faith into existence.

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Amber was born with Left Craniosynostosis a defect that affects the joints between the skull bones and causes them to close permanently. She wasn’t expected to breathe on her own let alone speak after undergoing such dramatic surgery at the young age of 6 months. The doctors informed her parents that it was a very low chance that Amber would fully recover and an even more lesser chance that she would be able to use her airways successfully without undergoing a procedure called a tracheotomy. But Amber’s life served a far more important purpose here with us today she is blowing our minds with her incredible vocals! Her video of her singing a remix she wrote to Jhene Aiko’s “The Worst”  at a friend’s graduation party has went viral and after only 2 weeks of being posted via Facebook and youtube she has garnered 3 million views! She says she is humbled by the attention she is receiving “It’s hard to grasp it all but it’s pretty fun. No, I never thought it would get this far. I have confidence, but I never thought me sitting by the pool, a random video would be so viral.”  She currently attends SUNY Buffalo State College and is working with local producers. Check Out Her Video below its MIND BLOWING!

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