Published: Sunday, March 19, 2017 @ 5:59 AM
PHOENIX — A teen born without a jaw is beating the odds again, launching a music career and helping other along the way.
When Isaiah Acosta was born, the odds were stacked against him. He’s now 17 years old and thriving in Phoenix, Arizona.
Though he’s considered mute and will never have the ability to speak, Isaiah is now launching his music career.
“We knew we had a great story but we didn’t know it was going to explode like it did,” Tarah Acosta, Isaiah’s mother, told KNXV.
Last week, Isaiah’s hip-hop song “Oxygen to Fly” debuted. He partnered with Arizona rapper Trap House and a short documentary featuring his story was shared online. In just a few days, his story racked up more than 4 million views.
“I don’t even think Isaiah thought this was possible. You know he is mute and we and a lot of people have told us they haven’t seen anything like this,” said Tarah.
You can listen to Isaiah’s song by clicking here. All proceeds from the song will go to the Children’s Miracle Network.