Ask blind teenager Kuha'o to play any song on his piano and he will... after hearing it just once. That's what his friend claims in a posting on Youtube of the nimble-fingered 15-year-old recreating dubstep hit "Cracks," by Freestylers, in his parent's living room, according to the Daily Mail Friday.
According to Youtube user surfwyoming5, Kuha'o has only been playing for three years, but the American teen's fingers dance across the keys like a professional, the report said.
The boy, who has been blind since infancy, has become an Internet sensation after the video received thousands of hits in a matter of days.
The unedited, nine-minute clip begins with surfwyoming5 playing the track on his iPod as Kuha'o listens intently.
When the song is finished, Kuha'o repairs to the next room and sits down at a piano before launching into his own amazing rendition.
In another video, Kuha'o is filmed playing a song from the musical Phantom of the Opera, the newspaper said.
surfwyoming5 claims on the clip that Kuha'o can play any song after hearing it only once, it said.
The friend says: "I wanted to see what it would sound like if he were to play a dubstep song and it turned out phenomenal!,” according to the Daily Mail.
"I am such a fan of this kid! His good attitude is contagious and watching him play the piano and organ live is one of the most incredible things i have ever seen."