It is simply amazing how much talent a person can have. With the advent of social media, these individuals do not just play wonderful music, but they also spread the message that music is for EVERYONE.
One lady did just that when her video playing the piano and singing her rendition of Celine Dion’s “The Power of Love” will leave your hair standing.
Shared on Twitter by @sfqomhz, the name of the talented singer is Putri Ariani.
“OMG are you hearing this?”
Yes, we are and it’s uh-may-zing!
Netizens commenting on her video were indeed at awe with her voice and ability.
Will we see the next contestant of Asia’s Got Talent in the making? Well, whatever it is, Putri Ariani we are all rooting for you.
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