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Music victories: Hoshi evokes his deafness in vocals in a moving performance

Tears, music and a lot of courage. On Friday, February 11, singer Hoshi played her song “Fais-moi signe” on stage, in which she evokes her deafness and her fight against Ménière’s disease. Accompanied by a sign interpreter, the 25-year-old artist delivered a moving performance that moved the public and internet users.

Barely the first words sung, Hoshi burst into tears on the stage of the Victoires de la Musique, Friday 11 February. The singer took the stage to perform one of her signature songs, “Fais-moi signe”. It deals with a particularly painful subject for the young artist: her deafness and her fear of not being able to be a singer because of this disability.

Hoshi indeed suffers from Ménière’s disease. This chronic vestibular disorder is characterized by bouts of vertigo accompanied by progressive hearing loss. Tinnitus can also occur. Over time, the attacks repeat and the hearing loss worsens. The 25-year-old performer confided this disease in April 2021, on the set of the show It is up to youto remind The HuffPost″I had lost 28% of my hearing until I signed my album. After that it was better and during the tour I did a test again, I lost 40% of my hearing. And then I was discovered Ménière’s disease and that is really a daily struggle, because this morning I got up again, I had dizziness in the inner ear”

On Friday, February 11, she decided to send out a strong message before starting her performance at the Victoires de la Musique. This is a voice recording of her doctor who told her she had lost half of her hearing. † Hi ma’am, it’s your ENT. I just got your results and I don’t have very good news: you have already lost 50% of your hearing in both ears. I’m afraid you can’t do this job for the rest of your life. Call me “could be heard on the recording.

The singer then delivered a moving interpretation of her song. She was accompanied by a sign interpreter, making her performance accessible to the deaf and hard of hearing. The public and internet users were particularly moved by this succession of the Victoires de la Musique.

Watch (a video signed The HuffPost):

I have been deaf to a misunderstanding
Fear of unexpected silence, of dependence on a device
There is like an absolute void, which has no equal
then absolute emptiness

On a tight thread I walked so as not to get lost
Overwhelmed, every performance is a battle, with myself
Every concert is a battle, with myself, like an arena

Give me a sign, if I have the images, but no longer the sound
Wave to me, be the subtitle of my prison
Give me a sign, give me my last thrill
Give me a sign, be my last audition

Give me a sign, if I have the images, but no longer the sound
Wave to me, be the subtitle of my prison
Give me a sign, give me my last thrill
Give me a sign, be my last song

Let me know
Let me know
Let me know
Let me know

JI swear I’m all ears, no, I assure you
That every one of your cries, every time I catch them
I’ll never forget, for fear it whispers, whispers
In front of you I’m shaking, hanging from the microphone
I feel my body falling apart, and I’m holding back my words
My dizziness is strangling me, afraid to fall from a height
let me finish the song

Give me a sign, if I have the images, but no longer the sound
Wave to me, be the subtitle of my prison
Give me a sign, give me my last thrill
Give me a sign, be my last audition

Give me a sign, if I have the images, but no longer the sound
Wave to me, be the subtitle of my prison
Give me a sign, give me my last thrill
Give me a sign, be my last song

Let me know
Let me know
Let me know
Let me know

Give me a sign, if I have the images, but no longer the sound
Wave to me, be the subtitle of my prison
Give me a sign, give me my last thrill
Give me a sign, be my last audition

Give me a sign, if I have the images, but no longer the sound
Wave to me, be the subtitle of my prison
Give me a sign, give me my last thrill
Give me a sign, be my last song

A powerful and moving performance.

john willhttps://receivinghelpdesk.com
John is a Gamer And A Writer By Heart. He Writes News Articles On Receivinghelpdesk And Also Specializes In Writing Tech and entertainment-related topics. He Loves Watching Movies And Shows. Definitely A Complete Extrovert.

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