Marshmello, Juicy J and Arthur Prince, recently came together to create their emotion filled track “You Can Cry,” full of deep piano and intricate verses, that received a moving official music video, and now receives an ASL music video to compliment it.
For an artist that never talks and is consistently concealed behind a mask, it makes sense that he would eventually figure out a way to speak. If you’ve been to a music festival, then there’s a chance you might have seen people on the side stage, signing the songs for all of those who are hearing impaired.
The video features the model Nyeisha Prince and Marshmello, as they swiftly move and interpret the music through their bodies and hands. Marshmello has been all about bringing people together through music, and now he reaches a new level of inclusivity by creating a video that everyone can enjoy.