Above: Chris Corsini aka MDL CHLD. Photo by Sergio Sofin.
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09.8.22: Queer Self-Empowerment Champ Chris Corsini is back with Hater-Cancelling MDL CHLD single “All The Sudden”
06.25.21: Chris Corsini’s MDL CHLD “Funk” Video, a Collaboration with Deaf, Queer, BIPOC Creatives
MDL CHLD is released on PRBLM CHLD RECORDS and available for download/purchase and streaming across all major music platforms.
Listed in order of release. Watch additional videos, including behind the scenes and live performances on the MDL CHLD YouTube channel.
Chris Corsini is reshaping accessibility & inclusivity in both the arts & spiritual communities. His vision with MDL CHLD is to merge his profession as an American Sign Language Interpreter and his passion for performance into a uniquely accessible approach by integrating Deaf community members, both in front & behind the camera, and normalizing ASL/captioned content; he also prioritizes his own LGBTQ+ Community & BIPOC individuals whenever possible.
His roster includes Savagescopes for Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty social media, interpreting for Jay Z, Taylor Swift, Panic! At The Disco, Shawn Mendes, Jonas Brothers, Thomas Rhett and many more.
In 2021 Out Magazine placed him on their prestigious Out100 list. His tarot, astrology, and workshop content has landed him a gig doing Savagescopes for Rihanna’s Savage X Fenty social media, and features in ELLE, Stylist, NOTION, and FASHION magazines, and he recently received the Well+Good 2021 Changemakers Award. His goal is to further close the gap between communities by creating healing spaces and entertainment by creating mind-blowing, distinctive experiences that carve out a unique path and set them apart from the rest. Chris Corsini is from Toronto, but currently lives in Lisbon.
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