If art is how we decorate space, music is how we decorate time. Music is one of the fundamental joys in life, but what about those who can’t hear it? Luckily, there are some musicians out there who are aware of this fact. Here are 22 music videos from your favorite music artists featuring American Sign Language (ASL) that will put a smile on your face, a bounce to your step, and maybe even a tear in your eye.

Ed Sheeran – “You Need Me, I Don’t Need You”

Sia – “Soon We’ll Be Found”

Paul McCartney feat. Natalie Portman and Johnny Depp – “My Valentine”

Tim Sweeney – “Baby I Try For You”

ASL interpretation of Nicki Minaj – “Super Bass”

 D-PAN ASL interpretation of The White Stripes – “We’re Going To Be Friends”

 Deaf Film Camp at CM7 – “Happy” by Pharrell

 Sigmark – “Smells Like Victory”

 Sean Forbes – “Hammer”

 ASL interpretation of Gotye – “Somebody I Used to Know”

 ASL interpretation of Bruno Mars – “Just the Way You Are”

 ASL interpretation of Katy Perry – “Firework”

 D-PAN ASL interpretation of Christina Aguilera – “Beautiful”

 Chantsigne LSF interpretation of Sade – “Feel No Pain”

 Strictly ASL interpretation of Rihanna – “Disturbia”

 ASL interpretation of Alicia Keys feat. Treshelle – “Girl on Fire”

 ASL interpretation of Alanis Morissette – “Ironic”

 ASL interpretation of OneRepublic by Azora – “Feel Again”

 ASL interpretation of Carly Rae Jepson – “Call Me Maybe”

 ASL interpretation of Kanye West – “Good Morning”

 ASL interpretation of Janet Jackson – “Love Will Never Do”

ASL interpretation of Kanye West – “Love Lockdown”

 


 

What other music videos would you like to see in sign language? 


Additional images:  asl.ms

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Zara Zhi
Zara Zhi
Zara is a freelance writer and filmmaker who has worked for numerous magazines and news sites. When not coming up with puns or writing screenplays, she enjoys having blind children read to her and donating plasma TVs. Follow her on Twitter: @zarazhi