A mother, who calls herself "Singing Mommy" on social media wants to raise awareness for albinism. Why? Her baby daughter, Louise has it.
Albinism is a genetic condition where you don't produce enough melanin. Melanin is the pigment that gives human skin, hair, and eyes their color. People with albinism have a partial or complete absence of pigment in those areas and they usually have vision problems and are susceptible to sunburns and skin cancer is they do not protect themselves from direct sunlight.
Since Louise has these vision problems, she attends weekly therapy sessions at Anchor Center for Blind Children. Wanting to spread awareness, Singing Mommy teamed up with artist Na-G for this unique version of "Amazing Grace." The self-proclaimed "gospel, rap, and country" rendition will definitely pull at your heartstrings as the video shows Louise and other albino children in their every day lives.
Taking the lyrics "was blind, but now I see" to a whole new level, watch this video of Louise seeing her Singing Mommy for the first time wearing her new brand new glasses:
Singing Mommy's version of Amazing Grace is available for download and all proceeds from the sale of the track will benefit Anchor Center for Blind Children. In her video description, she wants to raise awareness, acceptance and love for all who see like differently.
Watch the beautiful and emotional video below!
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