Isaiah Acosta was born without the ability to speak or eat, let alone sing or rap. Now a teenager, he has become a songwriter who spends his time penning lyrics he won’t ever be able to verbalize. Luckily, Acosta made a friend in the rapper Trap House, who acts as his voice and has become his closest collaborator in the studio.
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