Kodi Lee Blind Autistic singer gets Golden Buzzer on America's Got Talent

This will bring you to TEARS! Gabrielle Union uses her FIRST golden buzzer and creates one of the most emotional moments in America’s Got Talent history.


The United States of America – Kodi Lee is a 22-year old blind and autistic musical prodigious savant. Kodi’s truly remarkable gift lies within his musical expression, perfect pitch, and passion for music in all forms.

Born with optic nerve hypoplasia, surviving a life-saving surgery at five days old, and being diagnosed with autism at an early age has never stopped Kodi. Kodi continues to pursue his musical career, and his dream is to be a “rock star!”

He has been performing his singing and piano expertise all across the globe for many years. His musical repertoire ranges from rock to jazz, to R & B, and pop. Plus his mastery of the classics such as Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Mozart and the list goes on.

But he hasn’t stopped there. He recently picked up tap dancing, and he continues to amaze with his musical expression through dance and vocalisation.

Kodi recently auditioned on the new season of America’s Got Talent, and his performance has since been called one of the most emotional moments in the show’s history!

Watch his incredible performance below:

Sources: America’s Got Talent 
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